Law Society news archive for June 2018
- Posts in June, 2018
Glasgow trainee solicitor Daryl Jarvis is the first ever winner of the Innovation Cup, a competition run jointly by Law Society of Scotland, Master Policy Insurers, RSA and brokers, Lockton.
Gregor Watt, trainee solicitor at Lloyds Banking Group plc, explains how he became a member of the In-house Lawyer's Committee member and discuss his first steps into the team.
Online voting is now open to elect the Law Society of Scotland Council member for Dingwall, Dornoch, Elgin, Inverness, Kirkwall, Lerwick, Lochmaddy, Portree, Stornoway, Tain and Wick.
Law firms in Scotland are urged to complete the new, compulsory anti money laundering (AML) registration process before 26 June 2018.
Our Careers Development Officer, Darren Kerr, talks about the value of good presentation skills and urges young professionals to take part in our upcoming event on presenting.
Harvard Law professor Dr Heidi K Gardner is set to share the secrets of ‘smart collaboration’ at Leading Legal Excellence, our 2018 annual conference.
Emily Callaghan, trainee at Brodies LLP, discusses why she thinks a seat in personal and family law can appeal to everyone.
106 new solicitors were welcomed to the profession at the Law Society of Scotland’s latest Admission Ceremony, which took place on Friday 15 June 2018 at the Signet Library in Edinburgh.
Glasgow solicitor Sarah Haig has been named as the Law Society of Scotland’s In-house Rising Star 2018.
A reminder from our Civil Legal Aid Quality Assurance Sub-Committee that all firms should keep a fully completed and signed legal aid mandate on their legal aid client files.
Three newly qualified members of the Scottish legal in-house community have been shortlisted as finalists of the 2018 Law Society of Scotland In-house Rising Star Award.