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    Law Society Publishing discount

    Members of the Civil Litigation Section are entitled to 20% off all titles published by Law Society Publishing. Find out more and access your discount

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    Law Society Publishing discount

    Members of the Competition Section are entitled to 20% off all titles published by Law Society Publishing. Find out more and access your discount.

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    Law Society Publishing discount

    Members of the Law Management Section are entitled to 20% off all titles published by Law Society Publishing. Find out more and access your discoun

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    FAQ: Unusual citations

    2017-04-04T15:17:00Z

    The Law Society Library provides information on unusual citations.

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    FAQ: Claim forms for orders extending time

    2016-12-07T16:00:00Z

    In this issue the Law Society Library FAQ is on the topic of claim forms for orders extending time for registering charge and witness statement in support.

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    Law Society Publishing Discount

    Members of the Property Section are entitled to 20% off all titles published by Law Society Publishing. Find out more and access your discount

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    FAQs: General issues

    How do I access the premium web content associated with my Section membership? Click ‘Register now’ above the search bar on the Communities website, fill out your details and pick a password. The site uses cookies to remember you on computers you use regularly, so you don’t need ...

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    FAQs: Joining and renewing your membership

    How do I join online? First you will need to create a password by completing a short registration page on the communities website . Once logged in using your email address and password, simply click on the ‘Join us’ link on the homepage for the Section of your ...

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    FAQ: Hadkinson ('unless') orders

    2015-03-26T09:59:00Z

    The Law Society’s Library discusses Hadkinson orders, also known as ‘unless’ orders.

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    Rule of law, sedition act and the Walk for Peace and Freedom in Malaysia

    When: 25/11/2014 10:00 - 12:00 Venue: The Law Society, 113 Chancery Lane, London WC2A 1PL Cost: Free On the 16 of October 2014, The Malaysian legal profession took to the streets for a Walk for Peace and Freedom to parliament. Malaysian lawyers felt ...

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    Anthony Robinson

    2014-11-12T11:24:00Z

    How long have you been on the Human Rights Committee of the Law Society? Since 2010. When did you decide to get actively involved in human rights? Was there one defining moment? As a teenager I was interested in the civil rights movement and the ideas about ...

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    Tony Fisher

    2014-11-12T11:21:00Z

    How long have you been on the Human Rights Committee of the Law Society? Just over 9 years When did you decide to get actively involved in human rights? Was there one defining moment? I acted for a lady who was the first adult to pursue damages ...

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    Alastair Logan

    2014-11-12T11:19:00Z

    How long have you been on the Human Rights Committee of the Law Society? Since 8 March 2011. When did you decide to get actively involved in human rights? Was there one defining moment? In 1975 after my client suffered injuries when hot water was poured on ...

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    Glyn Maddocks

    2014-11-12T11:18:00Z

    When did you decide to get actively involved in human rights? Was there one defining moment? I have been actively involved with human rights cases in different shapes and forms over the last 25 years. My primary interest has been in assisting victims of miscarriages of justice in this ...

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    Dr Amrita Mukherjee

    2014-11-12T11:16:00Z

    Wh ich human rights practitioners do you find most inspiring? People like Mandela, Nehru, Jinnah and Gandhi – people who were involved in changing the course of their countries through the force of human rights and freedoms. I also find the work and dedication of people such as Shami ...

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    Malcolm Fowler

    2014-11-12T11:02:00Z

    Wh ich human rights practitioners do you find most inspiring? Clive Stafford Smith of Reprieve; Phil Shiner of Public Interest Lawyers ( a constituent of mine), Shami Chakrabati of Liberty; Sir Geoffrey Bindman When did you decide to follow a career in human rights? Was there one defining ...

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    Meet the Staff

    Marina Brilman Marina Brilman is the International Human Rights Adviser. She is responsible for all international human rights related work, as well as the International Action Team (IAT). Marina holds a PhD in Law from the London School of Economics (LSE), an LL.M ...

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    Join the Competition Section

    2014-11-10T23:03:00Z

    Who can join? Membership is open to anyone with an interest in competition law, including solicitors and trainee solicitors in private practice and in-house, as well as registered foreign lawyers. Why join? Join the Competition Section for access to CPD-accredited events, webinars and online content developed and ...

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    Join the Civil Litigation Section

    2014-11-10T23:00:00Z

    Who can join Membership is open to civil litigators and ADR professionals, practising solicitors and trainee solicitors. Why join? Join the Civil Litigation Section for access to CPD-accredited events, webinars and online updates, developed and designed by solicitors working in civil litigation, arbitration and mediation, to ...

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    Join the Law Management Section

    Who can join Membership is open to solicitors, management staff of legal practices / departments, trainee solicitors and suppliers of financial or management services to legal practices. Why join? Join the Law Management Section for access to CPD-accredited events, magazines, webinars and online content, developed and designed ...