Brexit - what's next?

The world-famous ‘Paisley snail’ will take centre stage at an international online conference hosted by the Society to mark the 90th anniversary of the ground-breaking legal case which founded modern consumer rights law in countries around the globe.

Brexit - what's next?

Deficiencies in Scots law around advance choices, and medical decision-making in intensive care situations, put human rights in jeopardy, according to a Law Society of Scotland report.

Brexit - what's next?

Our office bearers have an important message, standing up for gender diversity and freedom on International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia.

Brexit - what's next?

Following a two-year financial support package for Scottish solicitors to mitigate the impact of the Covid-19 outbreak, the Society's Council is proposing a practising certificate fee of £585, which is 8% lower in real terms compared to pre-pandemic levels.

Brexit - what's next?

The Law Society of Scotland has congratulated John Scott as he today takes the precedent-setting step from solicitor advocate to senator of the College of Justice.

Brexit - what's next?

The Lawscot Foundation has been boosted by more than £5,000 donated by guests attending the Law Society of Scotland President’s Dinner.

Brexit - what's next?

The Lawscot Foundation will be strengthening its support to future bursary recipients, thanks to a sponsorship agreement with Scottish law and tax publisher Bloomsbury Professional.

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Our recommended rates of pay for trainee solicitors in Scotland will increase from next month.

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We are currently developing our new five year strategy for 2022-2027 and are looking for feedback from our members and stakeholders prior to its publication later this year.

Brexit - what's next?

Complete our short, anonymous survey to tell us your views on cross-border litigation or negotiation following Brexit and the impact on your clients.

Brexit - what's next?

The Society is working in collaboration with the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators to help promote the use of arbitration and other forms of alternative dispute resolution

Brexit - what's next?

New and familiar faces returned to the Society's Council to represent solicitors in Glasgow & Strathkelvin, Perth, Greenock, Kilmarnock & Paisley, and Cupar, Dunfermline and Kirkcaldy.