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Our communities help you develop in your professional life and make the most out of your Law Society

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In-house Division

Other Law Society Support

The Law Society offers a range of products and services in practice areas and types relevant for in-house lawyers, including our Competition Section, City Community, International Division and Brussels Office

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News from the Joint Brussels Office

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Call for evidence on the EU's Regulatory Framework for Financial Services - Law Society response

9 August 2016

The Law Society has responded to the European Commission’s call for evidence on the EU Regulatory Framework for Financial Services.

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Commission consultation on start-up initiative

8 August 2016

The response is to the Commission consultation under the Start-up initiative. The objective of the consultation is to seek feedback from all relevant stakeholders, including entrepreneurs and start-up communities, with the aim of improving the environment for start-ups in Europe. 

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Updates from the International Community

Rediscovering the European Union Project in Light of the Brexit Referendum

16 July 2018

You are invited to a conference which brings together financial and legal experts from across Europe to discuss and debate the ‘European project’ in the light of Britain’s referendum vote to leave the European Union.

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The City Community

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Are you based in the City?

Legal professionals in the City comprise a significant section of the Law Society’s membership. We work on their behalf to influence the business environment, the law, and the legal market place. We have a City manager, Clive Black, as well as City ambassadors who champion the Society’s work in representing the City.

More about our work in the City

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