Law Society news archive for 2017
- Posts in 2017
In his latest blog, John Brannigan delves into what working as a criminal defence solicitor is really all about.
Dan McManus, student associate of the Law Society of Scotland, reviews his experience of our annual conference, Leading Legal Excellence: For the Greater Good.
Colin Anderson, Law Society of Scotland Council member, discusses the new best practice course for in-house lawyers and asks for your input for future CPD events.
Ever fancied the chance to have a blog published? We're looking for some accredited paralegals and trainee accredited paralegals to write a shot blog.
Anna Drozd, policy adviser on professional issues at our Brussels Office, explains what personal data breaches are and how to report them under the GDPR.
We are tendering for external audit services for the year ending 31 October 2018. The external audit tender covers five entities.
Rob Marrs, Head of Education, tells us why getting your grammar correct is so important
The Law Society of Scotland has said that aspects of the universal service obligation (USO) for broadband service providers mean it is unlikely to meet the needs of more remote rural communities in Scotland.
Law Society of Scotland chief executive Lorna Jack has been appointed interim chair of Highlands and Islands Airports Limited (HIAL).
Our committees have been working on a number of Scottish Parliament and UK Parliamentary Bills and consultations including the EU (Withdrawal) Bill, Islands (Scotland) Bill and the potential impacts of Brexit on health and competition matters.
Our latest newsletter 'Lawscot News' for members is out now and jam-packed with the latest news and views and updates from the Law Society of Scotland.