Law Society news archive for February 2016
- Posts in February, 2016
Member's views sought by 4pm, Friday 4 March on proposed Act of Adjournal
The Law Society of Scotland prosecuted 31 cases of misconduct before the independent Scottish Solicitors’ Discipline Tribunal in 2014-2015.
Trainee solicitors across Scotland are set to benefit after the Law Society of Scotland agreed an increase to both its recommended and mandatory minimum pay rates.
The Law Society comments on the publication on the Scottish Courts and Tribunals Service Evidence and Procedure Review - Next Steps
Stuart McRobbie, a diploma student at the University of Dundee offers his top 10 tips for writing an LLB dissertation that will hit the mark with your marker.
Changes to solicitor practice rules and to our constitution to take effect from 1 September 2016.
Miranda Hughes, a second year graduate entry LLB student at Strathclyde University, discusses study techniques, advice for gaining experience and making applications.
Proposed EU legislation allowing holiday makers travelling in Europe to access online content, such as digital film and TV services, has come under scrutiny from the Law Society of Scotland.
The Society responds to proposals for a new healthcare whistleblower role.
Law Society of Scotland welcomes recommendations to protect legal professional privilege in investigatory powers bill
The Law Society has welcomed recommendations in the House of Lords and House of Commons Joint Committee on the Draft Investigatory Powers Bill report published today, Thursday, 11 February.