How employers can get practically involved with social mobility

Our Anti-Money Laundering Risk Manager, Bob Clark provides an update on the key insights and analysis from the data you provided in this year's Anti-Money Laundering (AML) Certificate.

How employers can get practically involved with social mobility

The leading wealth management business St. James’s Place is announced as a new strategic partner for the Society

How employers can get practically involved with social mobility

Napier University student Lewis Hay wins Law Society competition on climate change and the law

How employers can get practically involved with social mobility

The Nationality and Borders Bill could result in more unsafe and perilous journeys to the UK and put those who attempt to save the lives of asylum seekers at sea at risk of facing criminal charges for their action.

How employers can get practically involved with social mobility

A new way to collect and share digital evidence is planned for the Scottish criminal justice sector. Read the update from the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service on how this will affect criminal defence practitioners.

How employers can get practically involved with social mobility

Our policy committees have had a busy month analysing and responding to proposed changes in the law to positively influence the creation of a fairer and more just society.

How employers can get practically involved with social mobility

To mark World Mental Health Day 2021 on Sunday, 10 October, we're encouraging all members of the profession to undertake See Me's free, comprehensive mental health training, to help build a positive working culture where people feel able to talk openly about their mental health.

How employers can get practically involved with social mobility

While reform of legal services regulation is long overdue, we have cautioned against against changes which could increase costs for consumers and damage the competitiveness of Scottish law firms.

How employers can get practically involved with social mobility

In a positive response to pressure applied by the Law Society of Scotland, plans to introduce a new economic crime levy will see 97% of Scottish law firms exempted.

How employers can get practically involved with social mobility

Join us at one of our upcoming virtual careers talks and events, aimed at helping law students on their way to entering the legal profession.

How employers can get practically involved with social mobility

We have been informed of scam emails being sent to law firms claiming to be from Skipton's Conveyancing Panel.

How employers can get practically involved with social mobility

Edinburgh Law School and the Law Society of Scotland are running an essay competition for current Edinburgh Law School students to identify how the future of the legal profession looks today.