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  • 25/07/2016 LSEW CLLS Joint Working Party - Note on the Execution of a Document Using an Electronic Signature » more
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The City of London Law Society is one of the largest local Law Societies in the United Kingdom. There are 17,000 solicitors practising in the Square Mile, who make up 15% of the profession in England and Wales and the CLLS represents over 14,000 of these solicitors through individual and corporate membership.

In 2007, the City of London Law Society formally separated from the City of London Solicitors' Company to become a free standing local Law Society, confirming its position as the professional representative body for solicitors and law firms in the City.