Date: 30th November 2017
Law Society of Scotland (and live video streaming)
144 Morrison Street
We recently published the 'Who is your client? guide', which was developed following feedback from the profession and includes new guidelines to help in-house solicitors.
This seminar will address the day-to-day ethical issues in-house counsel face, and provide a practical approach to spotting, avoiding and dealing with them as you go.
Presented by Russell Eadie, from our Professional Practice team, this event will focus on:
- knowing your client
- conflict of interest
- legal privilege and confidentiality
- balancing business and professional obligations
Russell will be presenting on and discussing real life scenarios that have been raised with Professional Practice and audience participation will be required.
At your own computer
Aberdeen AB16 5GB
Scottish Social Services Council, Compass House
11 Riverside Drive
Dundee DD1 4NY
East Ayrshire Council
Kilmarnock KA3 7BU
Inverness (audio only)
Inverness IV3 5NX
High Street, IV30 1BX
Comhairle nan Eilean Siar
Isle of Lewis HS1 2BW
Dumfries and Galloway Council
Dumfries DG1 2DD
Other venues will be added as and when they become available. Please contact us to enquire about streaming to your location.
Russell Eadie is a Senior Solicitor in the Professional Practice team at the Law Society of Scotland.
Whilst working in private practice, Russell specialised in employment law across the full range of subjects that throws up, largely acting for employers. In practice, Russell was also a cashroom partner and a staff partner .
Russell joined the Law Society of Scotland in August 2016 and now spends his time helping members deal with often unusual challenges.
Much of Russell’s time is spent dealing with member enquiries, providing him with extensive experience of the sort of non-legal issues that come up for practitioners on a day to day basis.
He is also secretary to the Law Society of Scotland Civil Justice Committee. He has recently been involved in evidence-giving sessions to the Scottish Parliament Justice Committee on new legislation, as well as issuing guidance to the profession on practical topics that affect them.