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The Law Society of England and Wales strives to make its web information accessible to people with disabilities in keeping with the Disability Discrimination Act 1995.
We intend to produce this website to conform with international Web Content Accessibility Guidelines.
If you require any of our information in another format, or help finding a document, please contact us.
All our web pages have "accesskeys" enabled - keyboard shortcuts that allow users to directly follow the main links that appear on every page.
The keystroke to activate an "accesskey" is browser-dependent - typically you will press Alt+key or Shift+Alt+key. For example, the following "accesskeys" are enabled on every page:
- Alt+S, enter - Skip navigation
- Alt+0, enter - Access key details
- Alt+1, enter - Go to home page
- Alt+3, enter - Links (Site map)
- Alt+4, enter - Search
- Alt+5, enter - Frequently asked questions
- Alt+8, enter - Terms and Conditions
- Alt+9, enter - Contact us
Links to other pages in our website open in the same window. To return to the previous page, use the browser "back" button.
Links to external sites, and to downloadable Law Society documents open a new browser window. To return to the previous window, close the new window.
Many Law Society documents are in Adobe's Portable Document Format (PDF). We are amending them; documents over five pages long will have a "live" table of contents, allowing users to jump directly to the page required. To return to the beginning of the document, press your keyboard's "home" key.
Frequently Asked Questions are included within the site to enable you to navigate your way around the site. If you are still experiencing problems, you may find it helpful to review our site map or alternatively you can contact us directly.
Our site map outlines the structure of this site and should enable you to find your way around quickly. If you are still experiencing problems, please see the FAQs [have ?FAQs? as a hyperlink to the FAQs] area of the site or you can contact us.
We proactively encourage feedback in relation to the site, to leave feedback please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
We are always pleased to receive feedback. For help or to request documents in an alternative format if they are inaccessible on our site, please contact us.
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