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This book is now Out of Print.
A new edition has been published, the details can be seen here:
Guide to Good Practice: Collected Law Society Practice Notes 2nd ed isbn 9781784461201

Guide to Good Practice

ISBN13: 9781853287343
New Edition ISBN: 9781784461201
Published: June 2009
Publisher: Law Society Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

The Guide to Good Practice helps practitioners to find answers to essential practice related queries quickly and easily. This book brings together all the current practice advice and Practice Notes produced by the Law Society into a single portable book.

The Guide to Good Practice covers the following areas of practice and key topics:

  • Civil litigation
  • Conveyancing and property
  • Costs and fees
  • Crime
  • Family
  • Money laundering
  • Oaths and affidavits
  • Practice management
  • Tax and VAT
  • Wills and probate.

Every chapter offers:

  • Q and A Section - providing you with answers to the most frequently asked questions encountered by the Practice Advice Service; and
  • Practice Notes - the Law Society’s view of good practice in a particular area, which will clarify the FAQs and provide further information.

There is also a useful Resources chapter, providing signposts to key Law Society contacts and resources.

Whilst this advice is not the only standard of good practice that solicitors can follow, doing so will make it easier to account to oversight bodies for your actions, and will help you to run an efficient and profitable practice.

Legal Practice Management, Courts and Procedure
1. Civil litigation
2. Conveyancing
3. Costs
4. Crime
5. Wills and probate
6. Money laundering
7. Practice management
8. Tax and VAT
9. Useful contacts
10. Resources