As the political uncertainty continues, both the Law Society of England and Wales and the UK Government have both published information to support businesses, and specifically for solicitors. All of the up-to-date resources can be found here https://www.lawsociety.org.uk/support-services/brexit-and-the-legal-sector/
The Government has published a series of notices on how to prepare for a no-deal Brexit. The most relevant of these for solicitors are handling civil legal cases involving EU countries and providing services including those of a qualified professional. The Solicitors Regulation Authority has also published guidance for EU lawyers practising in the UK.
At the same time, we continue to support you in preparing for no deal. See our no deal guidance:
Civil and commercial co-operation – updated August 2019
Consumer law – updated August 2019
Criminal justice and security co-operation – updated August 2019
Data protection – updated August 2019
Family law: practical recommendations
Providing legal services in the EU – updated August 2019
VAT – updated September 2019
The Law Society has prepared an extensive overview of the national regulations that apply in each jurisdiction in the EU/EFTA. This can be requested by Law Society members from the International Department at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Law Society also forms part of the UK Delegation to the Council of Bars and Law Societies of Europe (CCBE), who recently published extensive guidance on the effect of all Brexit scenarios on practice rights both for EU lawyers working in the UK and for UK lawyers working in the EU
The MOJ has also published guidance which can be found here: