Transparency Code

J.C.M. Hughes made this Freedom of Information request to Law Society of Northern Ireland

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The request was refused by Law Society of Northern Ireland.

Dear Law Society of Northern Ireland,

Please advise of LSNI'S standard and level of adoption and adherence to the Law Society Transparency Code.

Yours Aye,

J.C.M. Hughes

Paul O'Connor, Law Society of Northern Ireland

Dear Mr Hughes

I refer to your email of 4 September 2019.

As stated in previous correspondence the Law Society of Northern Ireland is not subject to the Freedom Of Information Act 2000 as it is not a designated public authority.

Please note the Law Society of Northern Ireland does not have a Transparency Code.

Best regards

Paul

Paul O'Connor
Head of Communications
Law Society of Northern Ireland
96 Victoria Street
Belfast
BT 1 3GN
         
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