Christina Blacklaws comments on our collaboration with China and rule of law in the digital age
The Law Society discusses opportunities in second tier cities
The Law Society raises practice rights post-Brexit
Opening up new markets in China to members
An agreement to work together on areas of mutual interest
The Law Society attended the Mongolia London Business Forum to find out more on Mongolia’s prospects
A blog on the discussions held at the reception to celebrate 45 years of UK-China relations.
On 12 January 2017, the Law Society of England and Wales supported the UK Society of Chinese Lawyers’ Chinese New Year reception in Chancery Lane. The reception was to launch UKSCL’s Pro Bono Legal Service, which will be located at the London Chinese Community Centre.
On 5 October the Law Society hosted a delegation of commercially focused lawyers from China as major firm Allbright looks to move into London.
After three years of close cooperation Law Society President, Robert Bournes and his KBA counterpart Chang-Woo Ha deepened ties by renewing their Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) at this year’s International Marketplace Conference on 6 October and explored new avenues for professional collaboration.