Law Society news archive for August 2016
- Posts in August, 2016
The Law Society of Scotland is encouraging LLB and Diploma students and graduates across Scotland to sign up as its first ‘student associates’.
Charlotte Edgar, a second year trainee solicitor at Brodies LLP discusses the importance of building a supportive network at the beginning of your career.
We are looking to appoint an experienced and enthusiastic representative to the UK delegation of the Council of Bars and Law Societies of Europe (CCBE).
Considering the accelerated LLB degree as an option for your route to becoming a solicitor? Christopher Murphy, who’s been there and got the t-shirt, explains some of the things to bear in mind.
Leigh Kirkpatrick, Legal Counsel in the Services Legal team at RBS, offers some pointers on how in-house lawyers can progress their career.
The Society responds to the Competition and Markets Authority interim report on legal services market
The Law Society of Scotland has successfully petitioned the Court of Session to appoint a Judicial Factor over Paisley legal practice, Robertson and Ross Solicitors Limited today, Friday 12 August 2016.
Shona Simon, President of Employment Tribunals (Scotland) tells us about her career path and experiences.
Read the latest news from the Scottish legal profession in our August 2016 Bulletin
New proposals to introduce a no-blame redress scheme for the healthcare sector, new police powers for stop and search, Investigatory Powers Bill and more.
Scottish solicitors will be able to renew their practising certificate online from 25 August 2016, with 31 October set as the deadline for completing the process.