The Law Society of England and Wales has responded to the online public consultation on investment protection and investor-to-state dispute settlement (ISDS) in the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership Agreement (TTIP)
Opportunity to join the business delegation for the Lord Mayor’s overseas programme 2014 - 2015, including visits to Latin America, Africa and North Asia.
We are creating a new Trade in Legal Services Working Party to help the Law Society develop policy positions on some of the key issues arising from ongoing trade negotiations between the EU and other states.
The World Bank Group’s Women, Business and the Law (WBL) project seeks qualified family lawyers, labor lawyers, judges, academics, gender law experts and human rights experts willing to complete its surveys on a pro bono basis.
It has been a busy year for the Law Society’s international team - find out about our work across the globe in 2014 and plans for 2015.
The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) is conducting a survey to improve its evidence base on individual businesses’ experiences with the EU Single Market to help shape UK policy in this area.
Opportunity for to join panel ’What does the future hold for small law firms and what is the role of Bar Associations in helping these small law firms prepare for this future?’
David Greene, from law firm and International Division member Edwin Coe, shares his views on being an active member of the Commonwealth Lawyers Association and its forthcoming activities.
Nominations opened on 9 March for the Law Society’s Excellence Awards, including the award for Excellence in International Legal Services. Here is an excellent opportunity to demonstrate the contribution you’re making around the world and showcase innovation in the provision of legal services internationally. Enter to win the Law Society’s International Legal Services award.
The SRA is introducing changes to the QLTS, the fast-track route for foreign lawyers to dual-qualify as solicitors of England and Wales.