CLLS launches 2019 Wig & Pen Prize for pro bono work
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The London International Disputes Week 2019, of which the CLLS is a Supporting Institution, takes place in the week of 7th -10th May 2019. Places are available, with some events and sessions already fully booked. Further details are at https://lidw.co.uk/
The Chancellor has presented his Spring Statement to Parliament.
Solicitors Qualifying Exam overview
The Training Committee has prepared a Toolkit designed to help City firms to prepare for the introduction of the SQE.
CLLS Chairman Edward Sparrow: ‘You need to attract solicitors to being judges’
City of London Corporation and Scottish Development International - London launch of Scottish Legal International (SLI) Wednesday the 28th of March, 18.00-20.00 The Livery Hall, Guildhall, Basinghall Street, London, EC2V 7HH
The CLLS has published its new Short Form Report on Title Fourth Edition 2018.
Key points from the Chancellor of the Exchequer's budget speech
10/11/2017 - Business Contract Terms Assignment of Receivables Regulations - letter to BEIS from FMLC
Business Contract Terms (Assignment of Receivables) Regulations - letter to BEIS from Financial Markets Law Committee
The Construction law committee will be running three foundation level training sessions in November – details are on the attached programme. The training is intended for newly qualified solicitors in construction and trainee solicitors doing a construction seat. However, it may also be of interest to specialists in other areas that come across construction documentation and issues in the course of their work, for example real estate, insurance and banking lawyers. If you have colleagues that would like to attend, please email Gillian Thomas at Hogan Lovells to register firstname.lastname@example.org
The Department for Exiting the EU has issued its Great Repeal Bill White Paper sets out the government’s proposals for ensuring a functioning statute book once the UK has left the EU
The Government has announced that Wednesday 29th March is the date for triggering Article 50.
Spring Budget Policy Paper
The Government has published the European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill (HC Bill 132).
Statement issued by the Lord Chancellor
The Supreme Court has announced it will give its ruling on the Brexit litigation on Tuesday 24th January
02/12/2016 - A reception to thank outgoing CLLS Chairman Alasdair Douglas was held at Ashurst LLP last night. A welcome by Ashurst Senior Partner, Ben Tidswell, was followed by a tribute from CLLS President and Master of the Solicitors’ Company, Nick Hughes, who praised Alasdair’s outstanding leadership of the CLLS and noted some of his many achievements including raising CLLS’s profile and gaining traction with Government. The evening ended with a presentation by CLLS Chief Executive David Hobart to mark Alasdair’s five and a half years as Chairman.
22/11/2016 - CLLS attends Centre for Progressive Capitalism Conference on Rebalancing the economy: a 21st Century Industrial Strategy
Keynote Speaker - Rt Hon Sir Vince Cable, former Business Secretary
Response to Call for Evidence for the Social Mobility and Child Poverty Commission
CLLS Chairman's letter to the Law Society President re publicly-funded legal services
CLLS comments on the publication of the Legal Education & Training Review
Dealing with the Bar's new standard terms of contract - Law Society Webinar on 21st March 2013 (External link)
Press Release - CLLS/COMBAR Guidance for the Supply of Services by a Barrister in a Commercial Case
CLLS comments on proposed changes to the Government’s Consultation process
Letter from the Law Society Chief Executive re PC renewals
Letter from the SRA Chairman regarding PC renewals
CLLS at the International Conference of Legal Regulators 2012
Professions for Good - Social Mobility Toolkit for the Professions
Press Release regarding the CLLS response to BIS Consultation on Reforming UK Competition Regime
CLLS continues its expansion with the launch of a Corporate Crime & Corruption
CLLS Investigate the Liberalisation of Legal Services in Europe