The law is a basic fundamental concept of our everyday lives and our society in general. We need rules and regulations to peacefully co-exist with each other and to also be able to ensure that everyone’s rights and freedoms whether they are children or adults are respected and upheld. In this article, I wish to discuss more about solicitors and their relationship to the UK law society. Solicitors are legal professionals that are qualified to deal with legal matters such as drawing up wills, conveyancing and other legal matters that may arise. Solicitors can also represent clients in court or they can instruct barristers in their legal issues. Mostly, the law society’s primary focus is to represent, aid, and support solicitors so that they can better help their clients. The UK law society is also responsible for ensuring that everybody has an equal chance for justice and that nobody is exempt from the law. The law society over the years helped to further the need to defend human rights all over the world by working to open up markets for their members into other countries to put their skills to good use. They also provide their members with opportunities in the domestic market.
So then how does the law society work? First solicitors are charged a yearly practice fee to the solicitors regulation authority. The law society will receive about 30% of the fee to represent, aid and support the solicitor’s profession. The law society also governs its members work through a council composed of members elected to serve members from England and Wales. The law society also acts as advisers to solicitors by using their vast sums of knowledge available to them from all the council members and the volunteer and committee members. They also keep track of members to ensure they are progressing well.
The UK law society values trust, respect, clarity, and excellence and the workers and members of this society work hard to not only uphold these values in the law society but to also to demonstrate them in their day to day lives. Also, all members of the law society are held accountable for all actions that are not in line with their values. This is to promote and ensure fairness in all of their work.
The law society member offices are also conveniently located in London, wales, and Brussels to provide immediate aid to solicitors and to make sure they perform their duties unimpeded. Their offices cover everything from a lawful approach, interchanges, items and administrations, and business improvement, to those managing the society’s association with the administration, parliament and abroad bars. They also have a network of relationship managers whose responsibility is to make sure that solicitors have easy access to all of the law society’s products, news, and services regardless of where they come from.
The law society’s products and administrations address the issues of the cutting edge legitimate legal issues, and they also center around ensuring that solicitors have the correct apparatuses to convey world-class lawful services.