Law Society news
- in the category: In-house lawyers
Last month’s survey indicated a strong preference from respondents working in-house to remain part of the EU.
The Society is currently looking to elect a convener for the In-House Lawyers Committee and nominations are open from 4 May – 24 May 2016.
Can an in-house solicitor employed by a local authority advise both their employer and an “integration joint board” set up by their employer and the health board under the Public Bodies (Joint Working) (Scotland) Act 2014?
Court reform dominated discussions at the 15th annual 21st Century Bar Conference where Lord Carloway gave the keynote address.
Report from the Society's flagship conference Law in Scotland 2015, which took place on 2 October.
The In-House Lawyers' Group held its annual general meeting on 2 October 2015.
The summer 2015 edition of the In-house Lawyers' Group newsletter is out now.
Following our survey, the Law Society Council made a decision on the future of the ILG.
On 2 June 2015, the SYLA and the ILG joined forces to present "So You Want to Be an...In-house Lawyer?" at the Edinburgh offices of Standard Life. Mark Conroy, a trainee solicitor at Standard Life, tells us more.
Three new members have joined the committee, following on from the committee advertising for new members to join by co-option. Find out more about who they are and what they do.
Neil Stevenson looks back on the launch of the Society’s Equality Standards, and how they can be implemented by in-house legal teams.
On Thursday 28 May 2015, the Society held its AGM. Lynda Towers, ILG Committee Chair, provided a report on the ILG activities in the last year.