Law Society news
The Society responds to the Competition and Markets Authority report on legal services in Scotland
What do you need to think about as a colleague, manager or leader to help manage stress, increase mood and motivation when you’re working from home? Here's our starter for 10.
We are working with partners in the Scottish legal sector and closely monitoring official advice and updates from Scottish Government and NHS to ensure that we are acting in accordance with the latest guidance to protect the health, safety and wellbeing of our employees, members and stakeholders.
In light of current circumstances, we have made the difficult decision to postpone Lexfactor. Lorna Jack, chief executive explains.
Philip Rodney will take to the stage this Thursday, in his latest role as Lexfactor Master of Ceremonies. In the run up to the event, Philip interviews the first (in alphabetical order only) Lexfactor band, Argyll Cycle.
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.
Scotland’s legal tech sector is set to benefit from support from the Information Commissioner Office in developing innovative solutions to ensure GDPR compliance.
For International Women's Day 2020, we asked some of our members to tell us about the women in law who have inspired them during their career.
Members of the Scottish legal community are invited to face the future and have their pictures taken as part of a global photography project showcasing the future of women in law. The photo shoot will be held between 11am and 3pm on Friday 6 March at the Law Society of Scotland’s Edinburgh office in the run up to International Women’s Day .
Annual competition for risk management bright ideas commences
Scotland's Lord President will head up the panel of judges for the LexFactor battle of the bands on 12 March.