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Applications open for less-advantaged aspiring Scottish solicitors

The Lawscot Foundation has opened applications for this year’s round of grants for academically talented students from less-advantaged backgrounds in Scotland to study law.

Working as a government solicitor

Holly Dyce, newly qualified solicitor at GLSS, discusses the realities of applying for and undertaking a traineeship with the Government

Business development and networking - why it’s never too soon to start

Leadership trainer Paul Horwood looks at why young professional should develop networking skills early on.

Why a seat in personal and family law can be for everyone

Emily Callaghan, trainee at Brodies LLP, discusses why she thinks a seat in personal and family law can appeal to everyone.

Glasgow City Council's GDPR Implentation Project

Lauren Findlay, solicitor, Glasgow City Council, discusses her experience of being involved with the GDPR implementation project

Five reasons why you should take a seat in litigation (even if you don’t want to be a litigation lawyer)

Catriona Hepburn, a second year trainee at Brodies, discusses the five main reasons she believes a seat in litigation is a must.

Engagement and law degrees - why it's important

Ross Wilson, fourth year LLB student at Glasgow Caledonian University and Joint Director of their Law Clinic discusses how his involvement with the clinic has complemented his studies