How do I get in touch with law society?

Our offices

  1. London. The Law Society’s Hall. 113 Chancery Lane. London WC2A 1PL. Travel and access information. Tel: +44 (0) 20 7242 1222. Fax: +44(0) 20 7831 0344.
  2. Wales. Law Society Wales Office. Capital Tower. Greyfriars Road. Cardiff. CF10 3AG.
  3. Brussels. Avenue des Nerviens, 85. Box 10. B-1040 Brussels. Belgium. Tel: +322 743 85 85.

What is the role of the Law Society UK?

The Law Society is the independent professional body for solicitors. We are the voice of solicitors, driving excellence in the profession and safeguarding the rule of law.

How many members are in the law society?

there were 195,821 individuals on the Roll of solicitors in total, with year on year growth slowing to 3.7% women PC holders outnumbered men by over 4,500, a gap that has grown over the past two years.

What is the function of the law society?

It provides services and support to practising and training solicitors, as well as serving as a sounding board for law reform. Members of the Society are often consulted when important issues are being debated in Parliament or by the executive.

Does the Law Society give advice?

Our Practice Advice Service offers free and confidential support on legal practice and procedure to Law Society members and their staff. We do not give legal advice. The Practice Advice Service is not available to members of the public.

Do solicitors have to respond?

The Solicitor has not broken any Solicitors rules in not replying. Under our Code of conduct, Solicitors should reply to correspondence from another Solicitor in a reasonable amount of time IF our client instructs us to correspond. If a client instructs us not to reply to correspondence, then we should not correspond.

Is a solicitor a member of the Law Society?

The voice of solicitors, driving excellence and safeguarding the rule of law. When admitted to the roll of solicitors you become a Law Society member.

What powers does Law Society have?

Endowed with co-regulatory duties with the Office of the Legal Services Commissioner, we set and enforce professional standards, license solicitors to practise, investigate complaints and administer discipline to ensure that both the community and the profession are properly served by ethical and responsible solicitors …

What is the Law Society now called?

The Legal Practice Council is the new statutory regulatory body for legal practitioners (attorneys and advocates) in terms of the Legal Practice Act, 2014, which came into operation on 1 November 2018.

How much does it cost to see a solicitor?

Some common hourly rates are: Senior partner or principal – $600 – $700 per hour. Associate – $350 – 450 per hour. Lawyer – $250 – $350 per hour.

What is the Law Society interest rate?

The current Law Society interest rate is 4.1% (since 19 March 2020).

How long should you wait for a solicitor to respond?

After you have sent your letter to the solicitor, you wait at least 8 weeks to give the solicitor time to respond.

When was the Law Society of Northern Ireland established?

The Law Society of Northern Ireland was established in 1922 when a Royal Charter was granted to solicitors in Northern Ireland

Is the Law Society the voice of solicitors?

The Law Society is the independent professional body for solicitors We are the voice of solicitors, drive excellence in the profession and safeguard the rule of law. Find out more about the Law Society No-deal Brexit guidance Read our no-deal Brexit guidance and other advice and insight for solicitors.

How to notify the Law Society of England?

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Where can I get support from the Law Society?

The Law Society offers regional support throughout England and Wales. Our press office takes calls from journalists from 9am to 5pm. We offer helplines and services to support you and your practice. Free and confidential support on legal practice and procedure for our members.