LEEDS LAW SOCIETY: The voice for solicitors in Leeds
LLS is one of the most influential local law societies in the country and is part of the Joint V which also includes Birmingham, Bristol, Liverpool and Manchester.
Information, news and support for the legal profession in Leeds.
Women in the Law 2018 – The largest international survey conducted on the topic of women in the law
Junior Lawyers Division Leeds: Why not get involved?
Update from President of The Law Society: for local law society members
In late June 2019 Leeds Law Society’s Court Liaison Group (CLG) is meeting with Sir Geoffrey Vos and Mr Justice Barling, the Chancellor and Vice Chancellor of the High Court respectively. Sir Geoffrey and Mr Justice Barling are interested in learning more about aspects of the operation of the Business and Property Courts (BPCs) in Leeds and, in particular, ways to improve access to and the reputation of the BPCs in Leeds.
Voluntary code of recruitment for trainee solicitors: a recommended standard of good practice for employers, students and higher education careers advisers and faculty staff.
Generation Y’s focus on varied tasks and work-life balance isn’t about being work-shy; it’s about being flexible to get the best out of employees, explains Charlotte Parkinson to the Solicitor’s Journal – 7 August
New SQE: The way in which legal careers are planned and managed has been brought sharply into focus by the SRA’s SQE plans.
SRA Competency Approach
From 1 April 2015, the SRA’s traditional requirement that solicitors must obtain at least 16 hours Continuing Professional Development (CPD) points every year was replaced by a new approach called the SRA Competency Approach.
This has to be adopted by all solicitors from 1 November 2016.
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