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Time to keep feet on the ground

Debate on professional independence has to be based on actuality

A time to listen

Complaints Commission projections have been well wide of the mark so far

Half-time report

President's report on what was achieved during the 2009 part of his term

Past, present and future: a Christmas reflection

The Society is working to achieve its vision for itself and for the solicitors' profession

A case stated

Positive feedback from the Justice Committee hearing shows respect in which the Society is held

Committee starts from first principles

Stage 1 hearings on Legal Services Bill taking nothing for granted

Two into one can't go?

Can the Society continue with its dual role?

Gill: time for action

Lord Gill consulted extensively on his civil courts review and we should press ahead with his recommendations

Across the great divide

A Harpers man honouring Joe Beltrami is a metaphor for the profession pulling together

Inside view

How work experience at the Society convinced one young student that he wants to be a solicitor

Opportunity knocks – US style

Scots and American lawyers in New York and Chicago are open to ideas for building links

Bucking the "elitism" trend

Engaging with schools and universities enables the Society to widen access to the Scottish profession