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New Brexit information page for solicitors
Brexit means 'unprecedented and complex' challenge for UK law
Last Thursday's vote by the UK electorate to leave the EU has created an unprecedented and complex range of legal issues, and the solicitor profession is already firmly focused on finding solutions.
Now is not the time to review legal sector regulation
Plans to review regulation of the legal services market should be put on hold in the wake of the EU referendum, Law Society chief executive Catherine Dixon said, as she gave evidence to the House of Commons Justice Select Committee.
Immigration and employment law: Implications of Brexit
Although our legal rights and obligations are unchanged in the immediate aftermath of the UK's vote to leave the EU, the long-term situation post-withdrawal is not yet clear. We look at the situation as we currently know it.
Everything you need to know about Article 50
Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union sets out the process for a member state to withdraw from the EU. Until the Article 50 process is concluded, the withdrawing state remains an EU member with all the rights and obligations afforded to all EU citizens, businesses and the member states themselves.
Robots and lawyers: Bound by the rule of law
President's farewell blog
In the last video of the president's blog series, Jonathan shares the successes of the past 12 months. Hear about the steps that were taken to oppose the criminal courts charges and the Law Society's exploration of technology across the profession.
There are a number of unregulated providers supplying the same legal services as solicitors and many consumers do not know that they won't get the same level of protection from an unregulated provider if something goes wrong. We think that you should only be able to call yourself a lawyer if you are a qualified legal practitioner.
The final deadline for responses to the government survey on domestic violence is Friday 1 July. Your response will be vital in making sure changes to government regulations are evidence-based and draw on the experiences of those who support victims of domestic abuse and are involved in the process of accessing legal aid. Thank you to everyone who has filled in the survey.
Our Planning and Environmental Law Committee has responded to the Welsh government's consultation on proposed changes to compulsory purchase reform proposals.
Come and join the incoming Law Society president Robert Bourns for the launch of the Law Society's Pride in the Profession initiative. Robert will deliver his inaugural speech, and set out his priorities for his presidential year, before being interviewed on stage by Afua Hirsch, social affairs and education editor at Sky News, and taking questions from the floor. The event will be followed by a drinks reception.
The Law Society, 113 Chancery Lane, London, WC2A 1PL. Tel: 020 7242 1222
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