The Newcastle upon Tyne Law Society held its first meeting on the 27th January 1826. We have served solicitors in the North East of England since that time and have promoted professional expertise for over 190 years.

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  • Nominate your Legal Heroes

    Nominate your Legal Heroes

    Solicitors are the backbone of the justice system, and our Legal Heroes are people who use their skills, expertise and drive to put the interests of others first.

  • New Online Conference for Newcastle Law Society Conveyancers

    New Online Conference for Newcastle Law Society Conveyancers

    Inaugural conference open to Newcastle Law Society members is taking place on 7th March 2024. It will be looking at the Building Safety Act, Climate Change Reporting, the digital Conveyancing Revolution and the new Leasehold and Freehold Reform Bill.

  • Consultations and Call for Evidence in Probate Matters

    Consultations and Call for Evidence in Probate Matters

    Newcastle Law Society tries to respond to as many relevant consultation papers as we can. As you might imagine this can be time consuming but it is an important part of making sure our members views are at least heard by those seeking changes which will influence our working lives. There is an important Call for Evidence from the Justice Select Committee in relation to problems with the Probate system. Read on to see how you can help.

  • Fixed Recoverable Costs Explained

    Fixed Recoverable Costs Explained

    Newcastle Law Society is hosting a seminar on October's Fixed Recoverable Costs reforms. Book now to reserve your place.

  • Returning to the Profession?

    Returning to the Profession?

    Newcastle Law Society has set up a mentoring scheme for returners to the profession. This is open to persons who are already qualified as Solicitors of the Senior Courts of England and Wales and who reside in or intend to work in the north-east of England. 

Newcastle News Magazine

Newcastle Law Society members each receive a copy of our digital monthly magazine.  This contains local news, legal articles, events, details of courses and training, opinions and discussions. If any member would like to submit an article for publication, please email us and we will forward it on to our editorial team.

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