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A year in the life

As we leave 2014 behind, the Law Society looks back on a landmark year

Legally unaided?

Clarification needed on the Society's legal aid discussion paper

No more day in court?

Are solicitors now finding it more profitable to keep their clients out of court?

The lowdown on LawCare

Qs and As from a LawCare briefing to the Society

Letter: Conveyancing: how to fix the system?

A deposit system might address the problem of people failing to commit to a transaction

Have your say (again)

Thoughts on the autumn's bumper crop of consultations, in particular the Post-corroboration Safeguards Review

Can criminal lawyers defend themselves?

Why do those who are expert at defending others have such a poor public image?

Still arguing

The Society has managed to become a calling place for leading politicians, as devolution arguments continue

New return to work advisory service

Aim to facilitate return to work after four weeks' absence

Legal expenses insurance: check for it

Mardner v Gardner illustrates why you should

1 October: the latest changes

A roundup of legislation in force from 1 October 2014

Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Bill making progress

Provisions cover whistleblowing, tribunals, zero hours and minimum wage