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Our commitment to the rule of law is key to attracting international business to the UK and to maintaining faith in our justice system.
The Home Office removed communications that referred to immigration lawyers who provide legal advice to migrants as ‘activist lawyers’.
We've received news of the death of lawyer Ebru Timtik in Turkey, who was on hunger strike protesting against a lack of fair trial guarantees.
Nominations for the Junior Lawyers Division committee elections 2020 are now open.
The MoJ is seeking information about firms' experience of accessing the legal services market in Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan.
This briefing outlines our views in relation to the Private International Law (Implementation of Agreements) Bill ahead of second reading in the House of Commons.
Pooled client accounts are only subject to simplified due diligence if the bank assesses its business relationship with a firm as 'low risk'.
Nominations for LawWorks' pro bono awards, including one for Junior Lawyers supported by the JLD, are now open.
The Junior Lawyers Division's statement about the Criminal Legal Aid Review.
The foreign secretary has announced a new global sanctions regime separate from the wider EU structure.