Law Society news archive for December 2017
- Posts in December, 2017
The Law Society of Scotland is calling for the term ‘lawyer’ to include only those who have recognised legal qualifications and are regulated, as is the case for solicitors and advocates.
David Bryson, an experienced mentor from our career and trainee CPD schemes, discusses our newest mentoring scheme for law students and trainees.
Read the November - December edition, for all the latest EU developments.
Tim Taylor, a second year trainee solicitor at Hastings Legal reveals his top tips for effective time management to help avoid mental and physical burnout.
John Brannigan discusses the importance of effective time management on the lead up to and throughout a busy Christmas period.
Simon Smith, mature student on a career break, discusses how he's taking the plunge and balancing the Diploma with a family.
Law firm owners will be expected to go through a new approval process which is to be introduced in 2018 as part of the 2017 anti-money laundering regulations.
For LLB students thinking about taking the Diploma in Professional Legal Practice, there's a lot to consider. Make sure you know what support to look out for in early 2018 to help you navigate the decision-making process.
Chris Miller discusses how to make the most of a vacation scheme and ensure you make a lasting, positive impression.
Falkirk solicitor John Mulholland has been confirmed as the Law Society of Scotland’s next vice president today, Friday 15 December 2017.
Ahead of the 2017 Scottish budget, the Law Society calls for further LBTT reforms and comments on the Scottish income tax rate