Law Society news archive for 2016
- Posts in 2016
Rob Marrs, Head of Education at the Society, seeks answers to the question of why women exit the legal profession in the 20s and 30s.
The Law Society of Scotland has warned that despite moves to protect client communications with solicitors, the UK Government’s Investigatory Powers Bill could still fall short.
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Read the latest news from the Scottish legal profession in our April 2016 Bulletin
The Law Society of Scotland has raised a number of concerns about Scottish Government proposals for devolution of the Employment Tribunal system in Scotland.
The Society's latest video highlights the importance of legal aid in ensuring access to justice for all.
Nominations are open from 6 April – 27 April for solicitors hoping to join the Law Society of Scotland’s decision making body.
Lobbying (Scotland) Bill, Abusive Behaviour, Sexual Harm (Scotland) Bill and Mandatory Pay Gap Reporting, and more.
Optimism among Scotland’s solicitors continues to rise, research carried out by the Law Society has found. The annual survey of...
Can an in-house solicitor employed by a local authority advise both their employer and an “integration joint board” set up by their employer and the health board under the Public Bodies (Joint Working) (Scotland) Act 2014?
The Society says major changes to the law are required to protect adults with incapacity
We're again reminding members that failure to have disbursed all historic client balances held following conclusion of transactions will now be reported to the Client Protection Sub-Committee.