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The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) Standards and Regulations replace the SRA Handbook from 25 November 2019.There have been changes to the:PrinciplesCode of Conduct...
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Six hundred family lawyers enjoyed a sparkling evening at the ninth annual Family Law Awards last night at the Ballroom South Bank in London.Finalists, sponsors and guests celebrated the...
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According to recent data published by the ONS, an estimated 5.7% of adults (2.4 million) experienced domestic abuse in the past year. There was no significant change in the prevalence of...
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In their manifesto for the December 2019 election, the Conservative Party have promised to pass a Domestic Abuse Bill, pilot integrated domestic abuse courts for criminal and family law matters,...
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The Labour Party has promised that, if they are elected, it would carry out a wholesale review of the care system, and reintroduce a Domestic Abuse Bill. They also commit to legislate on no fault...
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