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The Directory: Law Associations: Lawyers
Representing solicitors in England and Wales.
Representing solicitors in Northern Ireland.
Representing solicitors in Scotland.
Promotes standards in the practice of London Maritime Law. ASG member firms all have established reputations in maritime law and are committed to the continued development of London as a maritime legal centre.
Company limited by guarantee set up for the benefit of lawyers, experts and other professionals involved in the field of obtaining compensation for the physical, sexual or emotional abuse of children and adults abused in childhood, as well as the mentally handicapped and others directly or indirectly affected by that abuse.
For lawyers specialising in contentious trust and probate work; provides a forum for specialists to exchange experience, know-how and an appreciation of the law and statutes on contentious trust and probate issues.
Membership organisation which promotes justice for children and young people within the legal system.
Exists to ensure that valuers, solicitors, intermediaries and others involved in leasehold enfranchisement adhere to an agreed level of conduct and service.
Multi-disciplinary organisation of partnership practitioners. It offers a focal point for debate and discussion on the complex issues surrounding partnership law and practice in its broadest sense and provides its members with a comprehensive training in the developing areas of partnership.
An association established and run by lawyers specialising in pensions in the UK. It is non-profit making. Its main aims are to promote awareness of the importance of the role of law in the provision of pensions and to operate as a forum for discussion and education amongst pension lawyers.
Independent, not for profit organisation providing accreditation to lawyers specialising in the area of personal injury law. This accreditation shows an APIL lawyer has achieved a specific standard. APIL campaigns for better laws to help people who are injured or become ill through no fault of their own.
An official group of the Law Society. Membership is open to any woman solicitor or trainee who is a Law Society member or associate member.
The only national association entirely committed to professionals working in the field of criminal law. Represents criminal practitioners throughout England and Wales and membership of the Association is open to any solicitor - prosecution or defence - and to court clerks, qualified or trainee - involved with, or interested in, the practice of criminal law.
A collaboration between UK-based deaf and hard of hearing lawyers, students and those trying to access the profession.
Members are qualified lawyers, both barristers and solicitors, practising in employment law in the UK and organisations engaged in the practice of employment law.
Intended to be a high-profile, strongly academic organisation in the animal world, and the immediate point of reference for anyone with animal law concerns.
Providing training, supervision and other services to its members engaged in family mediation.
FSLA provides a forum for the open exchange of views and the dissemination of knowledge and ideas in financial services law and regulation.
Providing a forum for the exchange of information between lawyers acting predominantly or exclusively for insurance clients.
Set up to provide a forum for practitioners working in the housing field to share knowledge and information.
Open to all connected with the law and the legal professions who have an interest in human rights law in the United Kingdom.
Aims to promote and improve the advising and representation of immigrants; provide information to members on domestic and European immigration, refugee and nationality law; and secure a non-racist, non-sexist, just and equitable system of immigration, refugee and nationality law.
A special interest group to promote the role of lawyers in the insolvency profession generally and to advance the theory and practice of insolvency administration.
A membership body open to any solicitors' firm in England and Wales with an established practice (including a litigation practice) in intellectual property.
A division of the Law Society with an independent voice, representsing all student members of the Law Society enrolled through the SRA, trainees, and solicitors with up to five years' active PQE.
Set up in 1998 in response to criticism that the Law Society was failing to fulfil solicitors’ rapidly changing needs and expectations. Work covers the full range of practice management disciplines of: finance, marketing, human resources, training, IT, client care, quality and risk management.
Membership required. Section offers practical help to all solicitors working in the fields of wills, financial planning, trusts, tax planning, Court of Protection, care planning and estate administration.
Assists residential and commercial property solicitors and licensed conveyancers by providing practical guidance, information and support on areas including e-conveyancing and Home Information Packs (HIPs), housing, land registration, money laundering, planning and environment, as well as tax and revenue.
Aims to influence lawyers and the law for Christ.
Providing practical and expert advice on conduct, discipline, practice, partnership and employment issues for all lawyers.