Ethnic Minority Lawyers anchor links – Page 2

  • paris bar semiinar 30 april 2015

    Our seminar with the Paris Bar on data protection


    Read the summary of our session on data protection in France, the UK and at EU level

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    A message from your product manager


    Denise Murphy, the product manager for the Private Client Section, explains some important changes as to how the Law Society and its Section committees work together

  • Lesley King

    Raising the issue


    In Reading v Reading , t he court was asked to decide whether the word ’issue’ included the testator’s stepchildren and their descendants as well as his own descendants and, if not, to rectify the will.

  • Balance

    Getting the work-life balance right: practical changes to give you back control (6 July, London)

    This workshop will focus on redressing the balance to assist you to take control and create your desired work life balance

  • Justice

    Law Society calls for new government to make justice a priority


    The Law Society has called for the new government to make justice a priority in order to make society fairer, strengthen our reputation as a global leader in the law and boost our economy

  • Patricia Kinahan

    Corporate structures for law firms


    In one of the four webinars inclusive in 2015 Law Management Section membership, Trish Kinahan  discusses the corporate structures for law firms in light of the Autumn statement 2014

  • Globe

    New international tax compliance regulations in force


    The regulations set out FATCA due diligence and reporting obligations for UK financial institutions, explains Jo Summers

  • Graham Murphy

    Think ahead


    Graham Murphy explains how the Law Society has been raising the profile of private client practitioners among consumers

  • Simon Leney

    Make an appointment


    Simon Leney strikes a note of caution for those firms appointing themselves as executor when drafting a will – the practice may not be around for much longer

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    Reform of the Italian civil justice system: presentation from the Italian Minister of Justice


    The Law Society is hosting Minister Andrea Orlando on Monday 13 July to discuss the reform of the Italian civil justice system.

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    GC350 roundtable discussion précis: in-house training contracts


    This discussion was held on Tuesday 17 March 2015, at the Law Society. The meeting was conducted under the Chatham House rule. It was attended by general counsel representing a range of FTSE organisations.

  • In the family

    All in the family


    As inheritance tax once again becomes a political hot potato, Matthew Duncan looks at the issues involved in renting out inherited property, and managing the resulting shared ownership situations that can arise between family members

  • Lisa Morgan

    Have a care


    The past few years have witnessed substantial reforms to social care in both England and Wales. Lisa Morgan and Leah Steele outline what to expect of the new care regime coming into force next April in Wales

  • News

    Enter excellence award in International Services before 5 June


    Don’t miss your opportunity to nominate your practice for the Law Society’s Excellence in International Legal Services Award. The closing deadline is fast approaching with just over three weeks left. Nominate your law firm now

  • Alternative take

    Alternative take


    In the second of a two-part series on the beneficial interests in land owned by two or more people, Ian Bond and Gary Rycroft consider the importance of applying for alternative restrictions to protect both the solicitor and their client

  • Alberto Perez Cedillo

    Crossing the borders


    March this year saw the fourth Section conference on cross-border and international private client issues. Section committee member Alberto Perez Cedillo reports back on the talking points of the day

  • Jo Summers

    Back to basics: Residence and domicile


    Jo Summers explains how to assess client’s residence and domicile status – and the impact this can have on will-drafting and succession issues – and examines the new EU certificates of succession

  • Kwadwo

    Legal life in... Ghana


    Kwadwo Ntrakwah, International Division member and part of our pan-Africa delegation for International Marketplace,  tells us about his legal life in Ghana and the secrets to doing business there.

  • John Galvin

    For the record


    John Galvin explains why health and welfare lasting powers of attorney should not be overlooked as part of later life planning, and argues for the inclusion of a clause giving attorneys access to medical records