A review of support and representation of the 2,500 in-house lawyers will be considered by a working group headed by Council member David Newton.
Council decided at its March meeting that more detailed consideration was needed before it could decide on the 11 recommendations put to it, following an independent review of the work done by the Society and the In-house Lawyers Group (ILG) committee, jointly and separately, to represent and support in-house members.
Particular discussion will take place on the role of the ILG committee within the Society.
The review can be accessed through the in-house section of the Society’s website.
In this issue
- Data protection principles and family practice
- Data protection: another generation
- No guarantee of easy recovery
- Forced marriage: alive to the issue
- Mediation: business as usual?
- Electronic payments and electronic money
- Reading for pleasure
- Opinion column: Gillian Mawdsley
- Council profile
- Book reviews
- President's column
- Caution the souvenir hunters
- Together we thrive
- But you said...
- Heart in the Highlands
- Cut the lockup cost
- Who's who in intellectual property
- Taking liberties with bail
- Personal licences: a need for review?
- TUPE: fair or unfair for staff?
- 10%: a real gain?
- Renovating home PDRs
- Ademption and powers of attorney
- Working group to take forward ILG review
- Law reform roundup
- From the Brussels office
- Feedback, take 2
- Chinks in your defences?
- Business checklist
- Ask Ash