Liverpool Law is the monthly magazine for members of the Society. It has a circulation of 2200 and goes to members, local MPs, the national Law Society, other local Law Societies in England and Wales and other professional membership organisations.
The magazine is available to download below as a PDF or to view as an e-magazine online.
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All you need to do is write a review of a movie, gig, festival, event, book, concert, play, album or favourite box set and each month one member of the Society will be rewarded with their choice of a bottle of prosecco, red or white wine, very kindly supplied by R&H Fine Wines of 12 Queen Avenue, Liverpool.
In this month's issue:
News from member firms: Brabners, Kirwans, MLP Law, Morecrofts, MSB Solicitors, Percy Hughes & Roberts, Weightmans
Leadership and the Law featuring Emma Carey, Managing Partner of MSB Solicitors
Tackling Mental Health - articles from various firms on how they help staff to deal with stress and other mental health issues.
100 years of Women in the Law
Charity and CSR features
Charity Spotlight on The North West Legal Support Trust
News from the Merseyside JLD and Women Lawyers Division and more..
Please send articles with photos (preferably good quality, high resolution) and caption for consideration by the Editor to email@example.com
Edition Deadline Date (close of business 5pm) Edition Deadline Date
December 26 November July 26 June
January 14 December August 25 July
February 25 January September 22 August
March 22 February October 25 September
April 25 March November 25 October
May 25 April December 25 November
June 28 May
Members are invited to submit articles. There is a shortage of news from members outside of Liverpool and the Editor would welcome articles from firms in Southport, St Helens, Wirral, Halton, Sefton & other areas in North West. Liverpool Law carries a variety of articles from legal matters, news on Movers & Shakers from the Merseyside and North West region and events for the local legal profession.