The Law Society of Scotland is the professional body for
Scottish solicitors. We were established in 1949 and are
financed by our members without any funding from government.
Not only do we regulate and represent all
practising solicitors in Scotland but we have an important
duty towards the public interest. All
practising solicitors are members of the Society and are
required to meet our high standards.
To find out more, please visit an A to Z of what we do.
Our aim is to lead and support a successful and respected
Scottish legal profession.
This aim is underpinned by five objectives.
- Excellent solicitor professionalism and
- Our members are trusted advisers of choice
- Our members are economically active and
- The Society is the professional body and regulator of
- The Society is a high performing organisation