The “Find a Solicitor” tool on the Society’s website, which carries information on every practising Scottish solicitor and their firm, is being given an upgrade.
Find a Solicitor will look the same and will be just as easy to use. An improved search system will use information from individual members, cross-referenced to ensure that information about both the solicitor and their firm is more accurate and up to date. Currently information is provided both by solicitors and by firms, which can create anomalies in the search.
There are about 457,000 unique visitor searches on Find a Solicitor each year, and the Society receives more than 500 calls every month from members of the public looking for a Scottish solicitor. The more accurate the information you provide, the better the search facility will be for people looking for a solicitor to help them.
To help potential clients find your firm, update your details by logging in to the member area of the website
In this issue
- Neutrality policies in commercial companies
- Court IT: the young lawyers' view
- Human rights: answering to the UN
- Galo and fair trial: which way for Scotland?
- Secondary victims in clinical negligence
- Reading for pleasure
- Opinion: Alan W Robertson
- Book reviews
- President's column
- Twin tracks to completion
- People on the move
- Court of the nations
- Second time around
- How to avoid a summer tax scorcher
- Humani nihil alienum: a call to equality
- Sheriff commercial procedure: count 10
- Taking a pay cut: fair to refuse?
- Fine to park here?
- Enter the Bowen reforms
- Home grown
- Limited partnerships: a new breed
- Salvesen fallout: the latest round
- Gambling in football – the Scottish perspective
- Scottish Solicitors' Discipline Tribunal
- Changing sides
- Business drivers
- CCBE comes to Edinburgh
- "Find a solicitor" gets an upgrade
- Law reform roundup
- Thoughts on a frenetic year
- Check those bank instructions
- Fraud alert – ongoing bank frauds identified
- AML: sizing up the risk
- Master Policy Renewal: what you need to know
- Without prejudice
- What's the measure of a ruler?
- Ask Ash