Law Society news archive for 2017
- Posts in 2017
The Society has published new Anti-Money Laundering Guidance for our members.
Two brand new seats on the Law Society of Scotland Council have been filled by a Scottish solicitor working in Brussels and a solicitor advocate based in Fife.
A survey of Scottish law firms’ finances has shown improving fortunes for smaller law firms.
John Scott QC and President of the Society of Solicitor Advocates urges his fellow solicitor advocates to vote for their dedicated representative.
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.
The Law Society of Scotland has raised a series of concerns in advance of the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill’s second reading at Westminster on Thursday, 7 September.
Four solicitor advocates are competing to become the first ever Council representative for Scottish solicitor advocates and five Scottish solicitors who work outside of Great Britain are vying to become the Society’s first international Council member.
Latest news and updates on C1 and C4 forms, lobbying guidance and video conferencing
The Law Society of Scotland has launched an online survey to assess the impact of legal aid work in Scotland.
Katie Hay, head of international at the Law Society, discusses our our work towards becoming a truly international world-class professional body and urges Scottish solicitors working internationally to get involved.
The Law Society of Scotland is calling for people with an interest in debating to sign up as judges for the Donald Dewar Memorial Debating Tournament 2017/18.
Rona is a first year trainee solicitor at BBM Solicitors in Wick, Caithness. Her first seat is Residential Conveyancing. Rona grew up in Wick and attended Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen for her LLB and Diploma.