Latest news

Where do you see yourself in 10 years' time?

We're bringing our career development roadshow back this year, designed to showcase career options in the legal profession. Do you aspire to be a partner, senior manager in-house or an accredited specialist, or are you not quite sure? Come along and hear from our panel of solicitors who have carved out their own unique careers.

New Year resolutions

Our Head of High Street Engagement, Katie McKenna, considers what brings her joy as she contemplates new resolutions for the year ahead.

Have you thought about becoming a mentor or mentee?

Are you enthusiastic, passionate and have a desire to make a difference and help people? Why not consider becoming a mentor in 2019 and share your experience, skills and knowledge to encourage and support a mentee.

Former Citizens Advice director set to lead Society's regulatory work

Craig Cathcart, senior lecturer at Queen Margaret University’s Business School, has been appointed convener of the Law Society’s Regulatory Committee.

Upcoming events

Glasgow Constituency Meeting

The representatives of the Law Society of Scotland’s Council for the Glasgow area, invite you to contribute to the important discussions on the future regulation of the Scottish legal profession. Whether you agree or disagree with our stance, we really want to hear your views.

Mentoring information session

We're hosting an information session on Tuesday 22 January at 6pm at our offices. Come along if you're interested in becoming a mentor or a mentee to find out more about what's involved.

The Mentoring Effect

This is an informal, engaging and reflective event for existing mentors and those interested in mentoring now or in the future. This mini conference aims to provide the chance to share experiences, learn new techniques and best practice and celebrate the effectiveness of mentoring. We are delighted to be partnering with ACOSVO on this cross-sectoral event.

Glasgow Constituency Meeting

The representatives of the Law Society of Scotland’s Council for the Glasgow area, invite you to contribute to the important discussions on the future regulation of the Scottish legal profession. Whether you agree or disagree with our stance, we really want to hear your views.