Aileen Caskie has been appointed to the newly created role of executive director of member services and engagement at the Society. Her brief is to help deliver the Society’s ambitious five year strategy which will see it provide tools and services, which members can use every day, as well as attract 10,000 new members by 2020.
Over the past five years, Caskie has managed her own strategic marketing consultancy Dynamic Heart, serving clients such as the Scottish Government’s IT service, Standard Life, Prudential, Janet and Brightstripe. Previously she spent 15 years in multiple sectors including financial services, technology, not-for-profit and energy, in London, Edinburgh and Abu Dhabi.
Caskie has experience in areas including strategic marketing, new product and service launches, commercial growth and leadership and team management. She has a BA (Hons) in English and is currently completing her Chartered Professional PGDip Marketing at Oxford College of Marketing.
In this issue
- Dealing with mistakes as a trainee solicitor
- Landlords: police or prisoners?
- The evolving duty of trust and confidence
- The nobile officium: still relevant, still useful
- Reading for pleasure
- Opinion: Davinia Cowden
- Book reviews
- President's column
- One year on
- People on the move
- Equal with whom?
- Sentences by the book
- Weathering the storm
- Law reform: securing a result
- There ought to be a law
- Reform in the air
- Taking a stand against slavery
- Where the bill falls short
- IP disputes and the corporate veil
- Bar reports no more
- Dutee Chand – a marathon for a sprinter
- Scottish Solicitors Discipline Tribunal
- Advance notices and letters of obligation
- Another school round for YFIL
- Aileen takes up key membership role
- Criminal practice note alert
- Law reform roundup
- My time for nothing
- Mentoring: the neighbour principle
- Magic bullets
- Recognising paralegals
- Commission on a mission
- Ask Ash
- You had your say