We want to remember solicitors who served in WW1.

Last week marked the launch of lawgazette.co.uk’s first tailored landing page. Now there’s a piece of jargon which may not have immediately grabbed your attention. It should. Over the coming weeks, the Gazette will be rolling out discrete web pages dedicated to a specific area of practice or legal community.

Live now is our Property page, giving you all the latest news, features, analysis and updates covering residential and commercial property. Subsequent pages will cover private client, personal injury, and risk and compliance, among others. We hope you will bookmark these pages and regard them as an indispensable source of information.

The Gazette has another web initiative in preparation, for which we need your help. This will be a microsite dedicated to remembering solicitors who served in WW1 and reflecting on how that conflict affected both the profession and the rule of law. Anyone who has visited the Law Society will know from the impressive memorial in the reading room that many solicitors were killed or injured in the Great War.

A century on, we want to remember those who served – and those who kept the home fires burning. If you have something to contribute contact the editor at: paul.rogerson@lawsociety.org.uk.