We've been thinking of what we might do to support ‘activist lawyers’ following the recent attacks by the government on social media ... and we thought that one thing we could do would be to create a new ‘activist lawyer’ rightsnet subscription.
While a Home Office tweet on 26 August 2020 that accused activist lawyers of frustrating attempts to deport immigrants from the UK was subsequently deleted - with the department’s permanent secretary Matthew Rycroft vowing it would not be used again - on 3 September 2020 the Home Secretary tweeted that ‘Removals continue to be frustrated by activist lawyers’.
In response to the original tweet, Law Society president Simon Davis said that 'attacks on the integrity of the legal profession undermine the rule of law'.
Our new 'activist lawyer’ subscription
Every year we publish c.2000 social welfare law updates to rightsnet to help those at the frontline keep up to date with the latest legislative and case law developments. While our daily updates form part of our rightsnet subscription service, we’re pleased to be able to offer 100 new subscriptions to activist lawyers at an 85 per cent discount on our normal subscription rates.
To take out an activist lawyer subscription for 2020/2021 for just £36, all you need to do is –
The whole process should take just 3 or 4 minutes, and we’ll get straight back to you to confirm your access.
Hope that helps ... but do contact us if you have a question we can assist with. Oh, and do please share with colleagues.
Best wishes - Shawn
Head of services: rightsnet
Please note: this offer is open to those registered with the Solicitors Regulation Authority in England and Wales, the Law Society of Scotland or the Law Society of Northern Ireland, and applies to new subscriptions taken out using the discount code above.
We've created a new 'activist lawyer' 2020/2021 subscription and have 100 available for just £36