Law Society news archive for 2016
- Posts in 2016
All firms are being encouraged to respond to the UK Government's consultation on the transposition of the Fourth Money Laundering Directive.
Letitia Longworth is one of our trainee bloggers from Brodies LLP. Originally from York, Letitia obtained her first degree in English from the University of St Andrews and her graduate LLB and Diploma from the University of Edinburgh.
John Brannigan studied at the University of Glasgow and completed his traineeship at Gallen & Co Solicitors.
The High Court of Justiciary has made an Act of Adjournal under section 305 of the Criminal Procedure (Scotland) Act 1995.
As the legal profession continues to change shape, we're keen to find out more about the services supplied by in-house solicitors.
The Law Society of Scotland has launched a series of free events for trainee solicitors across Scotland to hear from an expert panel and meet other trainees in their area.
Managing your inner chimp and life after Brexit to feature at Law Society conference
Law Society of Scotland staff got stuck in at the Gilmerton Child and Family Centre last week with Bedrock, a charity dedicated to helping Early Years services across Scotland.
There are some dilemmas faced by those practising in-house that most dare not speak of. Not so our secret in-house lawyer. Here they reflect on the tricky matter of picking a suitable job title, taking a lighter look at the challenge of explaining to colleagues what exactly it is they do.
Rob Marrs, Head of Education at the Society, discusses reasonable adjustments in recruitment and what employers need to do to meet their obligations.
Jordon Reid, a graduate of the University of Aberdeen and currently a second-year commercial real estate trainee at Brodies LLP in Edinburgh, reflects on his experiences as a Street Law trainer.