Notice issued by Andrew K. Price Solicitors for anyone holding or having knowledge of a Will by Miss Jean Allison Turner deceased.
It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Solicitor Advocate, Karen Kirk on 15th February 2024. Karen’s friends and colleagues have submitted a touching tribute.
Following the interview in last week’s newsletter with Lord Neuberger, he shared his AI predictions for law and the legal profession in 2024 and beyond.
This month’s ‘Reading for pleasure’ comes in the form of two thrillers. Are you a thriller fan? One is set in more recent times, the other, takes us back to Munich in 1935.
Head of Customer Legal at Virgin Money highlights that “there is no need for alarm” when it comes to AI and legal technology, as other industries have been using some form of them (not without challenge mind) for decades.
The Law Society have interviewed Fiona Larg, lay member of the Council who has shared her experiences of Law Society life to date and why her former career has been a huge benefit in understanding solicitors.
We speak to the former President of the Supreme Court, the Right Honourable Lord David Neuberger of Abbotsbury, about his recent patronage of the Aberdeen Law Project and the future of law.
BMW GROUP NOx EMISSIONS GROUP PROCEEDINGS - Notice is hereby given that, on 18 January 2024, the Court of Session made an order granting permission for Group Proceedings.
According to the latest Annual Report from the Scottish Solicitors’ Discipline Tribunal, the Tribunal heard and made decisions in 47 cases in the year 2022-2023.
In the era of management information and data-driven decision-making, the modern solicitor must be many things.
Is a new labour market emerging from the ashes of the Covid-19 pandemic? Keith Carter, Principal of Keith Carter & Associates
Mason & McCall Smith’s Law and Medical Ethics, 12th edition, edited by Anne-Maree Farrell and Edward S Dove(Oxford University Press
Bullying and harassment are “systemic” in the legal profession, said almost a fifth (19%) of Society members in a 2023 poll.
At the time of writing, 2024 has barely begun, but it has been a rollercoaster so far.
Reluctant and unconfident – two networking personality types that I meet on a regular basis.
The Court of Session’s Inner House has reversed an Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) decision that settlement agreements cannot be used for potential future claims that parties are unaware of at the time the agreement is entered into.
Find out more about the Law Society of Scotland’s work on influencing law and policy.
Promotions, appointments, career changes, award wins… You name it, if we get wind of it, we’ll feature it here. January 2024.
We’ll be revisiting popular Journal articles, updating, and adding contemporary commentary.
The Law Society of Scotland sat down with in-house counsel for BayWa r.e., Jennifer Malcolm to discuss the challenges and opportunities within the sector