Developing an awareness of our strengths and weaknesses is vital if we wish to develop our full potential. Seeking feedback and acting upon it is an extremely useful tool in enhancing our strengths and addressing our blind spots. In addition, leaders may wish to guide and motivate their team by encouraging an environment where feedback is openly shared at an individual and team level.
This seminar will highlight the current legal developments and consider commercial issues vital to supporting and working with innovative industries and early stage technology companies as a Scottish lawyer in 2018.
*Registration for this event has now closed. Please email Tessa Malcolm at firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the waiting list* Join our office bearers and key stakeholders at our London Summer Reception for the opportunity to network and meet colleagues working in the City.
We welcome all Scottish in-house lawyers for a day of networking, valuable insights and essential updates.
Practical, intensive training to guide applicants through the competency-based selection process used when making judicial, quasi-judicial and public appointments, from completing the application form to excelling at interview.
Advocacy skills can be crucial in shaping the outcome of a case. Whether you work in civil or criminal law, are newly qualified or looking to make the move to solicitor advocate, this conference will have something for you.
Hear from carefully selected industry experts on a variety of practical and technical issues in estate planning, wills, trusts, and tax that impact your private client practice.
At this It’s the Law conference we will delve into the most pressing issues in conveyancing practice and focus on the nuances and complexities of the modern client.
Join our family law experts, peers and colleagues to explore the latest developments and challenges in the core areas of family law and practice.
Presenting is fundamentally about interacting with other people, so face-to-face training is the only way to truly test and develop your skills. Join our partners, Sandstone Communications, on our first 'Commercial Skills for Young Professionals' course.
Join Deputy First Minister John Swinney, cybersecurity experts and leading legal minds to explore the best methods for keeping your data safe and what your legal obligations are in the event of a breach.
The Criminal Justice (Scotland) Act 2016 has introduced significant changes to criminal procedure. From police station interviews to powers of arrest, it is absolutely essential that solicitors working in criminal law are fully aware of the new requirements imposed by this Act.