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For enquiries relating to ordering, setting up an account or how to use this online bookshop, please contact Prolog, our distributors:

The Law Society
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Law Society Publishing produces a growing range of high-quality titles aimed at supporting solicitors in their professional practice and keeping them abreast of the latest legal developments.

Our expert publishing team is on hand to guide and support authors through each stage of the publishing process.

Why publish with us?

We are always delighted to hear from potential authors and promise that every proposal we receive will be given serious consideration. If you have an idea for a new book, please do not hesitate to get in touch and we will work with you to explore its commercial potential. Our team has a wide range of publishing experience, coming from companies such as LexisNexis Butterworths, Sweet and Maxwell, Jordans, Routledge and Macmillan.

Once a proposal is accepted for publication, we are committed to providing our authors with the highest standard of editorial and marketing support, backed up by the unique resources of the Law Society.

Who should I contact?

You can submit a book proposal by emailing the relevant person below.

Commissioning editors:

Paul Milner specialises in practice management, employment, company and commercial and intellectual property.

Ben Mullane specialises in conveyancing, planning and environment, landlord and tenant, wills and probate and mental health law.

Janet Noble specialises in crime, litigation, family, personal injury, immigration and asylum and regulation and compliance.

Publishing manager: Helen Donegan.

Alternatively, you can write to the editors at:

Law Society Publishing
113 Chancery Lane
London
WC2A 1PL

DX: DX 56 Lon/Chancery Lane


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Marketing Department
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E-mail: marketing@lawsociety.org.uk


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