Law Society news
- in the category: Career growth
It’s time for the best junior in-house solicitors in Scotland to shine, as the Law Society of Scotland has launched its In-House Rising Star Award for 2023.
An Edinburgh-based paralegal is the first to be awarded the Law Society of Scotland’s Accredited Paralegal status specialising in Immigration Law.
Experts from the legal sector and beyond are being urged to get involved in work to shape Scots Law and legal practice.
The Law Society of Scotland has expanded its accreditation programme for paralegals with a new accreditation in immigration law.
The Society of Solicitor Advocates will be running a solicitor advocates introductory course on 3 February 2023, which is required for those wishing to seek extended rights of audience.
Applications for criminal extended rights of audience are now open and will close on Monday, 21 February 2022.
The next introductory course for prospective solicitor advocates, run by the Society of Solicitor Advocates, will take place on Friday, 14 January via Zoom.
Five Scottish solicitors, granted extended rights of audience by our Council to become solicitor advocates, have been introduced to the Court at a ceremony at Parliament House.
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.
Bookings are now open for the introductory course for solicitor advocate applicants that will take place on Friday, 12 March 2021 via Zoom.
Bookings are now open for the March introductory course for potential solicitor advocates. Anyone looking to apply to become a solicitor advocate will need to complete an introductory course before making an application.
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