Monthly Archives: February 2016

European e-Justice Portal: ‘Find a notary’

‘Find a notary’ search engine on the European e-Justice Portal: The Faculty Office is pleased to announce its participation in the ‘Find a notary’ search engine on the European e-Justice Portal. You can now search for details of notaries in England & Wales on the European ‘Find a notary’ search, alongside the other participating countries. The Faculty Office gratefully acknowledges the financial support from the Notaries Society and the Society of Scrivener Notaries, which has made this project possible.

The Faculty Office provides a search facility on this website to find details of the notaries it regulates in England & Wales, including a postcode search: ‘Find a notary’.

The European e-Justice Portal is conceived by the European Commission as a future electronic one-stop-shop in the area of justice. It provides information on justice systems and improving access to justice throughout the European Union, in 23 languages. You can read an overview about some of the main legal professions in the England and Wales jurisdiction of the United Kingdom. It includes information about judges, prosecutors and different types of lawyers: Legal professions – England and Wales.

2017 Open Day: Notarial Practice Course


2017 Open Day for the Notarial Practice Course: An Open Day for the Notarial Practice Course (run by the Faculty of Laws, University College London) takes place on Friday 10 February 2017. Booking details and further information can be found here: www.laws.ucl.ac.uk/event/notarial-practice-course-open-day-2016.

General information about the UCL Course, together with video presentations recorded at the 2016 Open Day, can be found on the UCL Faculty of Laws website: www.laws.ucl.ac.uk/study/continuing-professional-development/notarial-practice-course. Please also check our pages on qualification as a Notary, as well as two useful leaflets provided by the Notaries Society, intended for law graduates and for legal practitioners:
Becoming a Notary – An alternative legal career: A guide for law graduates
Becoming a Notary – A complementary legal career: A guide for legal practitioners