A Quiet Word:
Lobbying, Crony Capitalism
and Broken Politics in Britain

The Law Society is the professional association that represents and governs the solicitors' profession for England and Wales. It provides services and support to practising and training solicitors as well as serving as a sounding board for law reform. Members of the Society are often consulted when important issues are being debated in Parliament or by the executive. The Society was formed in 1825. [1]
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Lord Brennan sponsored a Parliamentary staff pass for Mr Richard Messingham, who registered this relevant gainful occupation or benefit: Public Affairs Adviser, Law Society [15]

June 2013

February 2013

  • Richard Atkinson, Chair of Criminal Law Committee, Law Society gave evidence related to FORENSIC SCIENCE on 13 Feb. [19]

January 2013

November 2012

October 2012

March 2012

December 2011

January 2011

Jun 2011 - Aug 2011

July 2011

Dept. for Business, Innovation and Skills
  • The Law Society met with Stephen Green, Minister of State, to discuss global legal market. [2]

June 2011

Dept. for Work and Pensions
  • Law Society met with Chris Grayling, Minister for Employment, to discuss Health and safety. [3]
Ministry of Justice
  • The Law Society met with Kenneth Clarke, Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice, for regular meeting. [4]
Wales Office
  • The Law Society met with Cheryl Gillan, Secretary of State for Wales, to discuss Welsh Issues. [5]

March 2011

Dept. for Business, Innovation and Skills
  • Law Society met with David Willetts, Minister of State, to discuss education, along with 11 others. [6]
Ministry of Justice
  • Law Society met with Kenneth Clarke, Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice, for regular meeting. [7]

December 2010

Ministry of Justice
  • The Law Society met with Jonathan Djanogly, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Justice, to discuss the Jackson review, along with 18 others. [10]

November 2010

Her Majesty's Treasury
  • Law Society met with David Gauke, Exchequer Secretary to the Treasury, to discuss Joint Key Interest Groups Briefing with HMRC, along with 10 others. [9]
Ministry of Justice
  • The Law Society met with Jonathan Djanogly, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Justice, to discuss Stakeholder meeting to discuss the Legal Aid announcement, along with 16 others. [10]
  • Law Society met with Thomas McNally, Minister of State, for introductory meeting. [10]
  • The Law Society met with Jonathan Djanogly, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Justice, to discuss the Legal Aid announcement. [10]

October 2010

Foreign and Commonwealth Office
  • Law Society met with Henry Bellingham, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, to discuss Zimbabwe and the Bar Council. [8]
Ministry of Justice
  • The Law Society met with Jonathan Djanogly, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Justice, to discuss Legal Aid and Legal Services. [10]
  • Law society met with Kenneth Clarke, Lord Chancellor, for introductory meeting. [10]

August 2010

Ministry of Justice

July 2010

Ministry of Justice
  • The Law Society met with Jonathan Djanogly, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Justice, for introductory meeting with new President. [13]
  • The Law Society met with Jonathan Djanogly, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Justice, to discuss Alternative Business Structures. [13]

June 2010

Ministry of Justice
  • The Law Society met with Jonathan Djanogly, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Justice, to discuss the Jackson Review. [13]
  • The Law Society met with Jonathan Djanogly, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Justice, for introductory meeting. [13]
  • Law Society met with Kenneth Clarke, Lord Chancellor, for introductory meeting. [13]
Wales Office
  • Law Society Wales met with Cheryl Gillan, Secretary of State for Wales, to discuss Welsh Issues. [14]

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