Law Society news archive for 2016
- Posts in 2016
Susannah Pencovich, a newly-qualified solicitor based in Edinburgh and specialising in property and private Client work, discusses the benefits to new lawyers of taking up a relaxing hobby.
If you want to enhance your career, develop your skills or just give back your profession, there are lots of different personal and professional development opportunities at the Law Society.
The Society responds to the Scottish Government's consultation on court fees
Rob Marrs, our Head of Education, explains how getting to grips with emerging technology can help law students stand out to employers.
Read the latest news from the Scottish legal profession in our October 2016 Lawscot News
Law Society of Scotland staff scaled the dizzy heights of Ben Nevis on Saturday, 1 October 2016, to raise money for Cystic Fibrosis Trust.
The Scottish Prison Service (SPS) is reminding solicitors of the need to ‘double envelope’ any correspondence which is sent to clients who are in custody, to ensure that it is passed to the individual unopened.
Linda Urquhart OBE WS, Chairman at Morton Fraser LLP, shares her career story.
Rt Hon Lady Dorrian speech from the Society's annual conference Leading Legal Excellence: Succeeding at the heart of society
Scotland’s place in Europe following the result of the referendum, Scottish Government’s legislative programme and more.
Two trainee solicitors, both at Brodies, share their thoughts on mindfulness – the process of incorporating awareness into our daily lives.
Due to the current interest rate levels, which are at an historic low, we are providing a further update for members on the accounts rules implications.