Domhnall Dods, regulatory solicitor and GDPR expert at Towerhouse and member of the Law Society’s Privacy Law Committee, explains the changes to rules around consent in the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Law Society of Scotland staff have raised a total of £8,307 for the Stroke Association in a huge range of fundraising activity including walking the West Highland Way, running the Edinburgh marathon relay, a table tennis tournament, pub quiz, raffles and bake sales.
Paul Mosson has a strong background in delivering member services within the legal sector having worked with the Bar Council of England and Wales for nine years
Pupils from schools across Scotland are preparing to take to the floor in the opening rounds of the Donald Dewar Memorial Debating tournament.
Carolyn Thurston Smith, policy executive at the Law Society of Scotland, explains the legal bases in article 6 of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
A large volume of scam emails are being reported with many appearing as if they come from existing law firms.
Ayla Skene, Council member for new lawyers, explains what impact her time working in-house had on her career and skill set.
The Law Society has responded to the publication of the Scottish Legal Aid Board’s (SLAB) annual report 2017 today, Friday, 3 November, which shows a further overall drop in legal aid spending from £137.8 million to £135.7 million.
The Law Society of Scotland is seeking members’ views on proposals that solicitors will be required to report suspicions of dishonest behaviour within the profession.
Tim Taylor, a second year trainee solicitor at Hastings Legal explains why widening your networks can benefit your career and why he set up Scottish Borders Young Professionals (SBYP).
Olivia Parker, our Careers Development Officer at the Law Society, discusses September's recent round of law fairs. What did students do well and what do employers wish they did better?