Browsing Lawfinder The Directory: Law Associations: Related
Results 1 - 23 of 23
The Directory: Law Associations: Related
Representative body for costs lawyers - regulated legal professionals who specialise in the law relating to legal costs. Promotes the interests of costs lawyers and lobbies on their behalf. Also provides education and training for its members and the wider legal profession.
Made up of law teachers from both higher and further education, and for 35 years has played an active role at the heart of legal education. It has an international membership and maintains close links with other national and international organisations pursuing similar interests.
Independent and self-supporting body that was created to represent the interests of legal information professionals, documentalists and other suppliers of legal literature and reference materials in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland.
Promotes the use of technology in legal education throughout the UK and Ireland.
Aiming to further the interests and knowledge of both academic and professional people who are engaged in any aspect of work or teaching, research or public education about crime, criminal behaviour and the criminal justice systems in the United Kingdom.
Providing a central organisation for certificated bailiffs and civil law enforcement agents, promoting ethical and professional conduct among members.
Represents the interests of organisations that use the Civil Courts in England and Wales. The Association serves its members by lobbying the Department for Constitutional Affairs and HM Courts Service on litigation matters relevant to the credit industry and is focussed on improving the service provided by the courts for court users.
Includes a list of coroners.
Voluntary association of coroners, deputy coroners and assistant deputy coroners.
Regulatory body for Licensed Conveyancers who are qualified specialist property lawyers.
Independent, non-partisan educational charity, which exists to promote effective parliamentary democracy.
Objects are to develop the unique role of the High Sheriff to the benefit of the community, and to protect, promote and sustain the ancient Office and traditions of the High Sheriff.
Promotes and protects the interests of all its members. It provides support, advice and opportunity. It aims through its vast experience to help, guide and develop talent; and to lay down and maintain a high professional standard.
Attorney General’s London Panels of Civil Counsel
Middle Temple Survive and Thrive Programme – The entrepreneurial barrister and how to grow your business – 31 January 2018
Report to the Membership – December 2017
Ede & Ravenscroft – Queen’s Counsel Appointments 2017
Bar Standard Board’s (BSB) Policy Consultation on Transparency Standards
Celebrate Christmas with Carols at Temple Church
Keynote Speech by Andrew Walker QC, Chair-Elect of the Bar Council to the Annual Conference of the Institute of Barristers’ Clerks – Saturday 11th November 2017
New ethics and practice website launched for barristers
Non-profit professional body dedicated to the education, support and promotion of excellence for specialist financial and administrative personnel working within the legal community.
Professional body which represents Legal Executives and trainee Legal Executives and enhances their role and standing in the legal profession; a leading provider of comprehensive legal education and influences law reform.
A not-for-profit organisation, working to turn paralegal jobs into careers and to get the paralegal occupation recognised as a profession.
National, independent charity which campaigns for equal access to justice for all members of society.
With over 140 member organisations, the LETG is committed to identifying, developing and promoting best practice in legal training and development.
Society for professionals interested in the licensing of intellectual property rights and transfer of technology.
With over 29,000 members (serving volunterr magistrates). Educates and instructs magistrates in the law, the administration of justice, the treatment of offenders and the best methods of preventing crime.
The Private Prosecutors Association aims to bring together professionals with expertise in bringing private prosecutions and to recognise and promote best practice in this field. The PPA provides a forum for discussion; the opportunity to make collective representations on important issues affecting private prosecutors or prosecutions; and networking and educational events for members and non-members.
The learned society for those who teach law in a university or similar institution or who are otherwise engaged in legal scholarship.