Law Society news archive for January 2018
- Posts in January, 2018
David Meiklejohn, second year LLB student at the University of Glasgow, talks about how mooting alongside studying the law allows you to enhance your skills.
Our submission to the regulation of legal services review outlines the case for radical change, including a simplified complaints system and proposals to address the growing unregulated sector.
Our latest figures reveal the number of traineeships registered in the last practice year and trends over recent years.
Members endorsed our proposed amendments to practice rules on anti-money laundering practices and incidental financial business at our 2018 SGM.
Gavin Brown, director at Speak with Impact, gives his top tips for preparing for presentations with some help from Woodrow Wilson.
New legislation provides right for all suspects held at police stations to request legal advice
We are inviting responses from members on proposed changes to current conflict of interest practice rules.
The SLCC has published its draft budget and levy for 2018-19
Our policy committees have had a busy month analysing and responding to proposed changes in the law to positively influence the creation of a fairer and more just society.
Lieutenant Colonel Eugene-Paul Grant explains what it's like to be an in-house solicitor in the British Army Legal Services team.