Additional areas of work have been added to the Society’s Registered Paralegal Scheme. The decision by the Registered Paralegal Standing Committee will allow members of the scheme to train, and then practise, in the areas, known as legal domains, of company secretarial, and repossession litigation.
Paralegals can apply on the Society’s website to register in the new domains.
Set up in 2010, the Registered Paralegal Scheme provides a defined professional status and career path for paralegals. Members train in general paralegal work as well as specific domains.
In this issue
- Off on the wrong track
- Cadder, EU style
- Common grazing shares – where are we now?
- Is it time to stop baffling our clients/customers?
- Copyright and collaboration: a dose of bad medicine?
- Reading for pleasure
- Opinion column: Ken McCracken
- Book reviews
- Council profile
- President's column
- New build: new process
- Up or down? Digging deeper
- Who volunteers to be discriminated against?
- What's your LPO strategy for 2013?
- Tailored to suit
- Perfect storm less than appealing
- Separate but legal
- In and out of court
- Coming to a court near you
- Which way will the wind blow?
- Entitled to be aggrieved
- Funds less restricted
- Statement or Budget?
- Local leg-up
- Scottish Solicitors' Discipline Tribunal
- Answering for error
- The other alternative
- Remoteness and risk
- Paralegal Scheme extended
- Proposed rule change
- Law reform roundup
- An innocent loan or questionable funds?
- Ask Ash