Law Society news archive for 2018
- Posts in 2018
If you carry out letting agency work in Scotland and prefer to pay your registration fee by invoice rather than online, you have until 2 September to submit your application
What can you learn about successful secondments from Love Island? A suprising amount, Callum O’Brien discovers. Callum is currently on secondment working in-house at Scottish Power.
Social media consultant Annie Boyd blogs on how - even in a corporate world - you can harness the power of social media to deliver real results.
Enrolment has now opened for the Society of Law Accountants in Scotland (SOLAS) classes commencing in Autumn 2018. The course focuses on the three key areas of cashroom accounting, executries and feeing.
Lottie White, trainee solicitor at Gilson Gray discusses preparing for the start of your traineeship
Simon Allison, employment law partner at Blackadders, blogs on how to understand, manage and motivate the next generation of workers.
The Law Society has welcomed publication of the Criminal Justice Disability Project report
The UK’s devolved administrations should have a clear role in international trade negotiations - read more about our comments on trade policy.
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.
Leading figures of the Scottish legal profession paid tribute to the contributions of four of the Law Society of Scotland’s Honorary Members.
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.