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Law Society of Northern Ireland

Law Society of Northern Ireland
Law Society House, Law Society of Northern Ireland 96 Victoria Street
Belfast
bt1 3gn
United Kingdom

Opening Hours

9.00am - 5.00pm

Monday - Friday

The Law Society of Northern Ireland is a professional body, which has the authority to discipline, educate and regulate practising solicitors in Northern Ireland.

Under the Solicitors (Northern Ireland) Order 1976, the Law Society acts as the regulatory authority governing the education, accounts, discipline and professional conduct of solicitors in order to maintain the independence, ethical standards, professional competence and quality of services offered to the public. It carries out these functions to ensure that solicitors receive the highest level of support and that their clients receive the required standard of work.

Since its establishment in 1922 under Royal Charter, the Law Society of Northern Ireland has proven to be an exemplar of legal professionalism and service delivery. Undoubtedly its positive and contributory role has helped shape the legal system within Northern Ireland.

Fundamental to the success of the Law Society over the decades has been our ability to represent its membership on key issues, to advocate on their behalf and to regulate the profession when required.

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A new awareness campaign has been launched aimed at reducing the threat posed by cyber-criminals targeting home-buyers, sellers, lenders and solicitors in Northern Ireland.
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The Law Society has produced a new leaflet providing information on what to do if you receive cold calls or texts.
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Art & Culture Conference Fundraiser Informal Meetup Launch Seminar

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The average age at which people write their will is 47 according to a survey undertaken by Which? Legal. They found some 61% of respondents said they have no will in place, with 38% of these people claiming to have nothing worth inheriting.
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Representatives from the legal, business and community/voluntary sectors were in attendance at Law Society House in Belfast yesterday for the launch of the ‘Immigration Practitioners’ Group'.
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Members of the Pro-Bono Choir were on hand at Law Society House in Belfast to present a cheque for £10,000 to the Welcome Organisation.
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The Law Society of Northern Ireland has launched a new Social Media Campaign highlighting some of the legal services offered by solicitors in Northern Ireland.
Legal Walk Helps Raise Funds For Marie Curie Northern Ireland
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Members of the legal profession in Northern Ireland took time out of their busy day last Friday to join colleagues for a walk in the sun through Belfast City Centre all raise money for Marie Curie Northern Ireland, a cancer support charity.

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One of Northern Ireland’s leading mediation providers has announced that it has received accreditation from the Chartered Trading Standards Institute for consumer mediation.

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Over fifty members of the legal profession and representatives from community and voluntary groups were in attendance at the launch of a new solicitor group set up to raise awareness of disability issues amongst solicitors and their clients.

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Type of Organisation

Business

Acronym

Law Society; LSNI

Team

  • Paul O'Connor