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Law Society welcomes Criminal Justice Disability report

The Law Society has welcomed publication of the Criminal Justice Disability Project report

Devolved administrations should have clear role in international trade negotiations

The UK’s devolved administrations should have a clear role in international trade negotiations - read more about our comments on trade policy.

How is your innovative self doing?

María Elena Sanz Arcas, Head of Legal Corporate Governance & Compliance at ScottishPower and member of the In-house Lawyers' Committee, talks about innovation in the in-house profession.

Tributes paid to Law Society of Scotland Honorary Members

Leading figures of the Scottish legal profession paid tribute to the contributions of four of the Law Society of Scotland’s Honorary Members.

GDPR - what now?

Tim Musson, Convener of the Law Society of Scotland’s Privacy Law Committee, discusses General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) compliance in the post-enforcement world.

Public policy highlights

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.

Keynote speakers to bring Brexit dimension to annual conference

Lord Hope of Craighead and Aidan O'Neill QC are confirmed as keynote speakers at our annual conference Leading Legal Excellence.

Law Society signs Brewin Dolphin as wealth management partner

Leading investment and financial planning firm Brewin Dolphin is to join the Law Society's exclusive partnership programme, providing expertise and support for Scottish solicitors and their clients.

Some online services will be unavailable from 5pm 18 July until 9am 20 July

Some of our online services will be unavailable from 5pm 18 July until 9am 20 July

UK Government white paper: blueprint or just more red tape?

Katie Hay, our Head of International, examines if the recently published UK Government White Paper provides a blueprint for the next stage of Brexit negotiations in her blog.

Orkney solicitor wins seat on Law Society Council

Orkney solicitor Serena Sutherland has become the newest member of the Law Society of Scotland Council.

Innovation in the law: what do students need to know?

Olivia Parker, Careers Development Officer at the Law Society of Scotland, discusses Legal Cheek's recent event for students hosted by Pinsent Masons, focusing on how innovation in technology is changing the face of the profession.

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