Law Society news archive for 2016
- Posts in 2016
Matthew Sharpe a fourth year LLB student at the University of Glasgow explains how LLB students can get some experience under their belt even at an early stage.
The UK’s national fraud and cyber crime reporting centre, ActionFraud, has reported that here is a phishing email currently in circulation that claims to be from the City of London Police and which features the subject line ‘Compensation fund’.
We have received reports of yet another case of an email scam targeting the Scottish legal profession.
The inspirational story of how one law student is overcoming challenge after challenge to go after her dream career.
Fancy winning three weeks' paid work experience at the Scottish Parliament PLUS £500 cold hard cash from the Law Society of Scotland? Enter the 2016/17 student competition.
There are a number of events happening throughout the year which could benefit both your clients and a range of charities - whilst boosting future business for your firm.
A range of unsatisfactory professional conduct findings will be published to improve transparency of the Society’s regulatory procedures
Read the latest news from the Scottish legal profession in our September 2016 Bulletin
Policing and Crime Bill, non-compete clauses, the CMA’s Report on the Legal Services Market and more.
Access to justice must remain priority during roll out of legislative programme
We talk to Jennifer Young, chairman of Ledingham Chalmers
The Scottish Legal Complaints Commission (SLCC) has updated its internal guidance which will apply to the determination of all complaints that go to Determination Committees from 1 September 2016.