Law Society news archive for 2018
- Posts in 2018
You can read our response to the report published today, 23 October, on regulating legal services in Scotland.
A new AML Certificate is to be introduced for law firms to strengthen AML procedures and meet the requirements of the 2017 Money Laundering Regulations.
Arlene Gibbs, solicitor at Aberdeenshire Council and member of the In-house Lawyers' Committee, reflects on how getting more active on LinkedIn has helped to expand her network and bring a new dimension to her professional relationships.
We are leading a delegation of Scotland-based legaltech companies on a trade mission to Zurich and Vienna.
Our Head of Engagement, Katie McKenna, writes about what we can do to show we value and respect the people around us.
Ahead of our annual conference, DLA Piper’s John McKinlay reflects on why the last year has seen momentum grow for legal technology adoption.
Ahead of our How the Scottish Parliament Works event, James Drummond from the Scottish Parliament’s lobbying register team explains how the lobbying register works and what it means for your organisation.
Ahead of his session at our annual conference, Professor Bill Buchanan from Edinburgh Napier University's School of Computing asks how cryptocurrency has changed cybercrime and asks what can be done to regulate this area.
Our Careers and Outreach team who are behind projects which help young people across Scotland engage positively with the law and achieve their legal career aspirations has won the silver ‘Best Association Team’ award in the 2018 Association Excellence Awards.
The Lawscot Foundation has been nominated as the 'Most Innovative Development' in the 2018 Association Excellence Awards and our Careers and Outreach team nominated as 'Best Team’.
Katie McKenna, our High Street Head of Engagement, looks at how we can all look after our mental health on World Mental Health Day