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Practice Advice Service - The Law Society
Established for over 20 years, the Practice Advice Service provides a dedicated support line for Law Society members and employees of law firms.
Practice Advice Service: how we can help - The Law Society
The Practice Advice Service (PAS) was launched in 1989 as an information helpline with just two solicitors and limited opening hours. Over the years, the scope of the Service and the size of the team has expanded and we now deal with around 30,000 enquiries a year. The helpline is open 09:00-17:00 Monday to Friday.
Early Advice - The Law Society
The Law Society is campaigning for legal aid to be re-introduced for early legal advice, particularly in family and housing law. Everyone knows that if you catch a problem early, you're more likely to stop it getting worse. The same is true for legal problems - most of the time, these are easier, and cheaper, to address early on.
Contact the Practice Advice Service - The Law Society
Details of how to contact the Law Society's Practice Advice Service for solicitors.
Help and advice | Law Society of Scotland
Professional practice helpline (for solicitors only) - 0131 226 8896. Our professional practice team of solicitors offers a confidential support service on practice rules and guidelines for Scottish solicitors. The team handles 20,000 enquiries a year, offering clarification on practice rules and advice on ethical issues and ...
Legal Advice Bureau - The Law Society of the ACT
The Law Society has been operating its Legal Advice Bureau (LAB) at lunchtimes since 1972. Members of the Society volunteer on our LAB roster at the Society's Civic office to give initial advice to members of the public. The Legal Advice Bureau is made possible by the generous support of the more than 70 lawyers who ...
Advice services from the Society of Genealogists - Society ...
Different ways you can ask for genealogical advice from the Society of Genealogists.
Advice | The Society of Authors
Advice. One of the SoA's central functions is to advise authors. All members receive free, unlimited, confidential advice on all business aspects of the profession. This includes the vetting of any contract. If you're a member you can contact us if you have a query, if you are not a member you can join now. We publish a number ...
MS legal advice service | Multiple Sclerosis Society UK
Sometimes you may need legal advice to help you know if you are being treated fairly, to understand your rights in a situation, or to challenge unfair practice. We work in partnership with the Disability Law Service (DLS) to provide a legal service that offers free, confidential advice to people affected by MS. This service  ...
Legal Advice - Law Society of Tasmania
Legal Advice. The Law Society is unable to provide legal advice to members of the public. You should obtain independent legal advice from a practising solicitor or contact the Legal Aid advice service. Telephone Advice Service Legal Aid Commission of Tasmania. Call 1300 366 611 – Monday to Friday between 9am and ...
Where to go for legal advice - Alzheimer's Society
Where to go for legal advice on issues related to dementia.
National Dementia Helpline - Alzheimer's Society
Looking for information, support or advice about dementia? Our helpline is here for you on 0300 222 11 22. National Dementia Helpline. 0300 222 11 22. Our helpline advisers are here for you. Helpline opening hours: Monday to Wednesday, 9am – 8pm. Thursday and Friday, 9am – 5pm. Saturday and Sunday, 10am – ...
Live Online Advice - Alzheimer's Society
Get live, confidential online advice on dementia, from Alzheimer's Society National Dementia Helpline staff.
Free Legal Advice Panel — Queensland Law Society
Free Legal Advice Panel. Queensland Law Society (QLS) provides access to a free legal advice service for its members. Solicitors who have received an official notification requesting that they provide information to either the Legal Services Commission or Queensland Law Society as the result of a complaint investigation ...
Advice | Society of Physics Students
Thinking in terms of a limitless series of successes rather than an ultimate goal can lead to unexpected career opportunities. Five career tips to start the year off right. Setting goals and planning ahead will position you to succeed in 2017. 'Tis the Season for Career Success. Follow five simple steps this December to improve ...

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