Law Society news archive for 2016
- Posts in 2016
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.
Olivia Parker, Careers & Outreach Executive at the Society, looks at the causes of and potential solutions to stress for legal professionals in the early part of their career.
Kathryn is one of our trainee bloggers from Brodies LLP. After graduating from Durham University with a degree in German and Spanish, Kathryn returned to her native Edinburgh for the LLB and Diploma.
John Brannigan studied at the University of Glasgow and completed his traineeship at Gallen & Co Solicitors.
We’re continuing to argue for revision of the restrictions in the Legal Services Act 2007 which prevent Scottish notaries working in England from performing notarial services.
Eilidh Wiseman, president of the Law Society, comments on Scottish Government proposals for raising fees for bringing court actions across the civil courts.
David Murphy, a graduate of the University of Edinburgh explains why he's undertaking the extra step to complete an LLM degree.
We’re aware of potentially malicious emails being sent from a “Linda McNair Conveyancer PLS Connect” reporting to relate to a property transaction.