Law Society news archive for 2018
- Posts in 2018
The SLCC has revised its policy on the levy it can impose for upheld and partly upheld complaints
Paula Fagan from IT Governance, sponsors of our GDPR Guide, highlights the importance of keeping GDPR at the forefront of risk management.
HM Treasury frozen asset annual review - reporting period ends on 13 October.
Carolyn Jameson, Chief Legal Officer at Skyscanner, reflects on the work of her team that led her to being named ‘Senior In-house Lawyer of the Year’ at the Law Awards 2017.
Read our comments on the Scottish Parliament Justice Committee report on widening access to the legal profession
We are working on a joint project with the Scottish Legal Aid Board to gain a better understanding of the number of trainees involved in criminal and mixed practice.
Innovation isn't just about inventing new things, it's about improving how things are done and introducing solutions that have worked elsewhere. Legal management consultant Richard Stock blogs on the importance of innovation to in-house legal departments.
A financial health check of Scottish law firms has indicated that increasing work volumes have boosted revenue, although sole principal solicitor firms are shown to be struggling.
Seven Scottish solicitors have been admitted by our Council as solicitor advocates with extended rights of audience at a ceremony on Tuesday 18 September 2018.
A third of solicitors who took part in a recent survey have been victims of violence or threatening behaviour.
Our Regulatory Committee plays a crucial role in overseeing our regulatory functions. Carole Ford, the lay convener to the committee, discusses some of its recent work and decisions
Eugene McQuaid, a dual qualified lawyer, currently working as an EU Regulatory and Public Affairs Consultant in Brussels explains (from personal experience) why trainees and supervising solicitors should think seriously about the six month trainee secondment in Brussels.