The History Of Law Society

The law in society gives a guarantee to protect the rights of human beings. Laws are endorsed by the spokesperson of the community. A legislature is the representative of society to defend the rights of people.

The London law Institution was originated in 1823 to move up the prestige of profession through good practice. In 1825, a committee was selected as law society. The organization included Proctors, Barristers, Solicitors and Attorneys to play the vital role in the welfare of the public. In 1922, women were given a chance to join the group as solicitors. With the passage of time, the number of women increased as social representative. They were qualified and showed their abilities in all law departments.

The Council members amplified the number of office holders. In order to show the interest of group members, more seats had been created. At first, there were only 25 seats; recently there are 105 members of Council.

The first proceeding was initiated in 1834, against deceitful practitioners. In 1907, a statutory committee for discipline started its work under the Law Society. The job of the committee was to inspect the lawyer’s account as well as to issue certificates on an annual basis. In 1983, the office for Society was founded to supervise and work against the complaints in relation to the lawyers.

In 1835, the lectures about the role and importance of the Law Society were delivered. It was believed that the legal training was obligatory to develop the profession. An examination system was enabled by the Solicitors ACT. In the 20th century, a school of law was developed by the legal society. However, the School of Law was further extended into the College. It became essential for clerks to get academic qualification. Since the establishment, the role of society was strong and significant. The legal group developed its contact with government. The legal policies and modification in law became possible with the help of legislation. In London, the head quarter was opened. In 1991, the Brussels office gave support to European Union. The social order kept on working to influence law and order.