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How to ace competency-based interviews

Rob Marrs, Head of Education at the Society, offers advice on how to handle competency-based questions in application forms and interviews.

Law Society comment on Law Officer nominations

The Law Society of Scotland has commented on today’s announcement that First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has recommended the appointments of...

EU referendum: in-house survey results

Last month’s survey indicated a strong preference from respondents working in-house to remain part of the EU.

Society's longest serving Council member retires

Past President Alistair Morris retires after 24 year on the Society's Council

Individual falsely claiming to be a paralegal

We’ve been made aware of an individual calling themselves ‘Susan Fowler’ falsely claiming to be a paralegal and a ‘conveyancing attorney’ working for law firm HBJ Gately.

New president for the Law Society

Eilidh Wiseman takes up the reins as the Society's new president

Law Society pays tribute to Michael Park CBE

The Law Society of Scotland has paid tribute to past president, Michael Park CBE, who passed away on 25 May.

Thinking of doing a law degree? Here’s an FAQ on the LLB you should read ASAP

Rachael Wagg uses her experience as a law student and student ambassador to answer some of the questions people considering a law degree commonly ask.

Brussels Agenda - May 2016

The latest news from the Law Societies' Brussels Office.

New Law Society Council members for Fife and Glasgow

Council election results announced

Law Society launches survey on financial viability of legal aid firms

The Law Society of Scotland has launched an online survey on the financial viability of legal aid work in Scotland....

Law Society of Scotland highlights key issues for solicitors and clients in EU vote

The Society has published a discussion paper in advance of the EU Referendum

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