Commenting on the publication of the Scottish Legal Complaints Commission (SLCC) annual report for 2018/19, chief executive of the Law Society of Scotland, Lorna Jack said, “We are pleased to see the SLCC’s improved performance and its progress in clearing the backlog of cases. However, it is clear much more needs to be done.
Deborah Lovell is a partner at Anderson Strathern. Following her recent appointment to The Scottish Solicitors’ Discipline Tribunal, Deborah has stepped down as convener to the Property Law Committee, having served on Law Society committees for 12 years.
Newly qualified solicitor, Aidan Tuohy, discusses his experience of spending twelve months of his traineeship in a rural practice and the benefits this afforded him.
Join us to explore the why, when and how of arbitration in detail and identify what arbitration has to offer to your practice and clients, advantages (and disadvantages, if any) versus traditional court proceedings, to equip you to make an informed decision.
At a time when an organisation's success is increasingly dependent on public perception, the actions it undertakes to manage reputational risk and its response to crisis situations have never been more important.