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The Law Society's Directory of Solicitors and Barristers 2013-2014


£94.95


Directories and reference


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29 July 2013


Law Society Publishing


9781907698712


Hardback
297 x 210 mm

The Law Society's Directory of Solicitors and Barristers 2013-2014

Overview

Uniquely compiled and published by the Law Society, this Directory will be the only official source of information taken directly from solicitors' practising certificates. Daily database management ensures it will contain the most up-to- date information at the time of publication.

The Directory provides an invaluable reference source covering:

  • Around 14,000 solicitors' firms - broken down by geographical location
  • over 117,000 individual solicitors
  • foreign and Welsh language-speaking solicitors
  • main categories of work for each solicitor
  • Law Society and Solicitors Regulation Authority accreditation schemes, including higher rights of audience and insolvency practitioners
  • associated groups including: CILEx, public notaries, firms holding a legal aid contract and consultancy services
  • a range of Continuing Professional Development providers and their courses.
  • barristers' chambers - listed geographically in a separate section
  • agency solicitors, Expert Witnesses and a range of legal service advertisers.
  • A complete source of information about legal professionals and services, making it solicitors' first choice.