The New York State Bar Association (NYSBA) has approved the findings of the Task Force on Nonlawyer Ownership which earlier this year concluded that nonlawyer ownership should not be permitted in New York State at this time.
Listen to the informative afternoon seminar discussing the opportunities for UK-Colombian trade.
A Law Society of Upper Canada working group on Alternative Business Structures (ABS) has released its findings in a report to the organisation’s governing body.
The Law Society and the American Bar Association have strengthened links though the recent renewal of a cooperation agreement between their international sections.
Those caught up in the legal futures discourse in Canada can’t help but notice something important – the future has already arrived.
The Law Society is delighted to welcome a group of Brazilian lawyers to London to participate in this year’s Brazilian young lawyers’ exchange programme in partnership with the Bar Council.
The Law Society’s International Division has signed a friendship agreement with the State Bar of California’s International Law Section to strengthen links between the organisations.
In June 2014, the Law Society hosted the first Colombia Law Day in association with the British Colombian Chamber of Commerce and the Legal Committee of the Colombian Business Association (ANDI).
Bermuda, Republic of Burundi, Republic of Moldova and Malawi have been added to the recognised jurisdictions list for the Qualified Lawyers Transfer Scheme (QLTS).
Lawyers admitted in Washington DC and New Jersey can now dual-qualify as a solicitor of England and Wales through the fast-track Qualified Lawyers Transfer Scheme (QLTS).