Our upcoming events are listed below including CPD & Training, sole practitioners networking meetings and dedicated events for students, trainees and newly qualified solicitors.

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Law Society of Scotland Late Summer Reception

As part of our regular calendar of events in England & Wales, we invite you to join us for a late summer networking reception in the heart of London.

Legal Services Review and the High Street

The Law Society's Philip Yelland, Executive Director of Regulation and Kevin Lang, Executive Director of External Relations, will discuss the Legal Services Review and the potential impact on the legal profession working on the High Street. All solicitors, accredited paralegals and trainees are welcome.

Intro to coding - Glasgow

This one-day course will give participants a comprehensive brief on the key concepts of programming and use of new technology, specific to the legal sector.

Mental health law conference

This conference will update you on all the latest guidance and thinking on key aspects of mental health law.

Accredited paralegals' meeting 20 September 2018

In August 2015, the Help to Buy ISA was introduced to enable individuals to save up to £12,000 for the purchase of their first home and receive an additional government bonus of £3,000. In April 2016, the Lifetime ISA was introduced to enable individuals under the age of 40 to save up to £4,000 per year for the purchase of their first home or their retirement and receive an additional government bonus of up to £1,000 per year. Savers who have had a Lifetime ISA for more than a year are now starting to use their savings and their government bonuses to buy their first home. Andrew Kayley of HM Revenue and Customs will explain the differences between Help to Buy and Lifetime ISAs, in particular the different procedures that conveyancers must follow when a client wants to us their Help to Buy or Lifetime ISA to buy their first home. Andrew will also show conveyancers where they can find information about both of these ISAs.

Sole practitioners' East coast networking meeting

In August 2015, the Help to Buy ISA was introduced to enable individuals to save up to £12,000 for the purchase of their first home and receive an additional government bonus of £3,000. In April 2016, the Lifetime ISA was introduced to enable individuals under the age of 40 to save up to £4,000 per year for the purchase of their first home or their retirement and receive an additional government bonus of up to £1,000 per year. Savers who have had a Lifetime ISA for more than a year are now starting to use their savings and their government bonuses to buy their first home. Andrew Kayley of HM Revenue and Customs will explain the differences between Help to Buy and Lifetime ISAs, in particular the different procedures that conveyancers must follow when a client wants to us their Help to Buy or Lifetime ISA to buy their first home. Andrew will also show conveyancers where they can find information about both of these ISAs.

Regulations roadshow - Edinburgh

Our annual Regulations roadshow is coming to a town near you. Join us this autumn to fully understand the recent regulatory issues and to help keep you and your firm compliant.

AML roadshow - Edinburgh

Our annual AML roadshow is coming to a town near you. Join us this autumn to fully understand the new AML regulations and what they mean for you and your firm.

Cashroom roadshow 2018 - Dundee

Our Cashroom roadshow covers the key aspects of compliance, inspection and certification for all Cashroom staff.

Cashroom roadshow 2018 - Aberdeen

Our Cashroom roadshow covers the key aspects of compliance, inspection and certification for all Cashroom staff.

AML roadshow - Aberdeen

Our annual AML roadshow is coming to a town near you. Join us this autumn to fully understand the new AML regulations and what they mean for you and your firm.

Sole and high street practitioners' conference 2018

Our annual sole and high street practitioner’s conference returns with a comprehensive guide on how to future proof your firm.