Law Society news
- in the category: Research and policy
Scotland’s place in Europe following the result of the referendum, Scottish Government’s legislative programme and more.
As the legal profession continues to change shape, we're keen to find out more about the services supplied by in-house solicitors.
Policing and Crime Bill, non-compete clauses, the CMA’s Report on the Legal Services Market and more.
New proposals to introduce a no-blame redress scheme for the healthcare sector, new police powers for stop and search, Investigatory Powers Bill and more.
Mark Thorley and Jim Stephenson, partners at Thorley Stephenson and members of the Law Society’s Legal Aid Committee, explain why they've completed the independent legal aid financial survey.
Immigration and asylum tribunal fees, the minimum age of criminal responsibility, the proposed secondary market for pension annuities, and more.
The Law Society of Scotland and Legal Hackers Scotland are inviting teams to gather round their laptops for the Law Society’s first ever access to justice 'hackathon'.
Scottish Law Commission discussion paper on prescription, proposals for a British Bill of Rights, and more.
Investigatory Powers Bill, Child Safety Online, the criminal offence of domestic abuse and more.
Lobbying (Scotland) Bill, Abusive Behaviour, Sexual Harm (Scotland) Bill and Mandatory Pay Gap Reporting, and more.
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?