Law Society news
- in the category: In-house lawyers
Paul Nevin, Senior Solicitor at Moray Council, discusses his alcoholism and belated entry to the legal profession.
In her final seat and looking forward to qualifying, Joan McHutchison from Glasgow City Council, reflects on an in-house traineeship
Arlene Gibbs, Aberdeenshire Council, discusses her experience at the Lawscot Student Roadshow speaking about career opportunities outside a big firm, from an in-house and high street perspective.
Kirsten Belk, second year trainee at Brodies LLP, discusses the five most importants things she has learned from her secondment at the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA)
In the latest blog from our 'secret in-house lawyer', we find out about new year invitations and business development.
Gavin Brown, director at Speak with Impact, gives his top tips for preparing for presentations with some help from Woodrow Wilson.
Lieutenant Colonel Eugene-Paul Grant explains what it's like to be an in-house solicitor in the British Army Legal Services team.
Ayla Skene, Council member for new lawyers, explains what impact her time working in-house had on her career and skill set.
On International Mentoring Day, we are delighted to share blogs from three participants in our career mentoring scheme.
Colin Anderson, Law Society of Scotland Council member, discusses the new best practice course for in-house lawyers and asks for your input for future CPD events.
A former intern and her employer talk about their experience of an in-house summer internship and why you should give it a go.
Fraser Hudghton, head of in-house member engagement, celebrates the recent acceptance of our application to become a member of In-house Counsel Worldwide (ICW).