|Association of Muslim Lawyers|
|Officially launched in 1995, The Association of Muslim Lawyers (AML) works on issues of importance and significance to Muslims in the UK as well as highlighting issues that affect Muslims internationally|
|Association of Women Solicitors|
| The Association of Women Solicitors is an official group of the Law Society. Membership is open to any woman solicitor or trainee who is a Law Society member or associate member and their aim is to articulate and represent the view of women solicitor
|Black Solicitors' Network|
|BSN objectives include improving the profile of black solicitors and sharing experiences, knowledge and information to provide a better quality of legal service and assisting legal practitioners in running their practices|
|Group for Solicitors with Disabilities|
|GSD feels that it is important that due account should be taken of those solicitors who have a disability and to help safeguard their interests.|
|Junior Lawyers Division|
|Launched in January 2008 for junior lawyers across England and Wales, the JLD is a division of the Law Society with an independent voice. This division represents all student members of the Law Society enrolled through the SRA, trainees, and solicitors with up to five years' active PQE.|
|LawCare is an advisory and support service to help lawyers, their staff and their immediate families to deal with health problems such as depression and addiction, and related emotional difficulties|
|Legal Complaints Service|
The Legal Complaints Service (LCS) is an independent complaints handling body, which, although part of the Law Society, operates independently of it. Formerly known as the Consumer Complaints Service (CCS) and, before that, the Office for the Supervision of Solicitors (OSS), the LCS is a confidential and free service which looks at each case impartially and try to find a solution that is acceptable for everyone concerned.
|Society of Asian Lawyers|
| The Society of Asian Lawyers has members from a cross section of the legal community; partners in large City firms, principally London based; partners in and owners of niche practices; leading and junior barristers; assistant solicitors; trainees; high street practitioners, in-house counsel; legal executives and students.
|Solicitors in Local Government|
|Solicitors in Local Government Limited is a professional association which represents the 4,000 local government solicitors and trainees in England and Wales|
|Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA)|
The SRA sets and maintains standards for solicitors, with the aim of giving the public full confidence in the profession. Formerly the Regulation Board of the Law Society, the SRA changed its name in order to emphasise its independence and to make its purpose clearer .
Its functions include setting standards for the professional conduct of solicitors, monitoring the quality of legal training, providing guidance on ethical issues and regulations, administering the roll (register) of solicitors, and setting requirements for solicitors' continuing professional development.
|Solicitor Sole Practitioners|
|Solicitor Sole Practitioners has two aims - to represent the interest of their members ensuring that decisions taken do not compromise or adversely affect sole practitioners and to support members through local groups organising, training, conferences and communicating through other means|
|Solicitors Support Network|
|This site provides links to a wide range of legal support organisations|
|Solicitors Benevolent Association|
|The SBA, founded in 1858 as the Solicitors Benevolent Society, is the principal nationwide charity for solicitors in England and Wales. The aim of the Association is to assist solicitors and their dependents who are in need.|
|The Law Society|
|Main web site for the Law Society|