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Guide to Good Practice


Practice management

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1 August 2018

The Law Society


234 x 156 mm
976 pages

Guide to Good Practice
Collected Law Society Practice Notes, 2nd edition

The Law Society


Got a practice-related query? Want authoritative answers fast? The new edition of Guide to Good Practice is great value and handy for quick reference.

This fully updated second edition includes:

  • Over 100 current Law Society practice notes
  • The latest anti-money laundering guidance for the legal sector, as approved by HM Treasury
  • Useful contacts and further resources
  • Index, glossary and tables of citations


The Law Society's practice notes are written and reviewed by Law Society committees and experts in the field so you can be sure they include the latest thinking and guidance.

The practice notes cover areas including:

  • Anti-money laundering
  • Costs, fees and funding
  • Criminal justice
  • Employment
  • Family, children and welfare
  • Immigration and nationality
  • Personal injury
  • Practice management
  • Private client
  • Property and conveyancing
  • Regulation and compliance
  • Tax

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