Law Society news
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The Law Society of Scotland has today supported the International Bar Association condemnation of the attacks by Hamas along with its call for urgent talks to restore peace.
The Council of the Law Society of Scotland has renewed its condemnation of Russia’s illegal invasion of Ukraine, passing a new resolution on the ongoing conflict.
The Law Society of Scotland’s work on advance choices in case of future disablement has inspired a major project to encourage legal reform across Europe.
The Society has strengthened its links with lawyers in the US by signing a memorandum of understanding with the New York State Bar Association
The Law Society of Scotland has fortified its links with Europe by becoming a member of Scotland Europa, a membership-based organisation that promotes Scotland's interests across European institutes and member states.
The Law Society of Scotland has congratulated the Ukrainian National Bar Association (UNBA) and Ukrainian lawyer Nadia Volkova on being joint winners of Europe’s leading legal sector human rights award.
The Law Society of Scotland has joined its legal peers across Europe in signing the Vienna Declaration in Support of the Rule of Law.
The UK-Australia free trade Agreement in Principle offers an insight into the commitments made on legal and wider professional services provision, including recognition of qualifications, mobility and market access.
The UK Law Societies' Joint Brussels Office has an exciting opportunity for trainee solicitors, newly qualified solicitors, or paralegals to gain international experience with a three-month secondment at its office.
Joint statement by the Law Societies of Northern Ireland, Ireland, and Scotland.
Two brand new faces are returned to the Law Society of Scotland Council along with a more familiar face, who returns for a second term.
Positive relationships between legal professionals in the UK and Belgium are set to continue post-Brexit with the signing of a first of its kind document by legal organisations in each of the nations.