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106 new solicitors were welcomed to the profession at the Law Society of Scotland’s latest Admission Ceremony, which took place on Friday 15 June 2018 at the Signet Library in Edinburgh.
Glasgow solicitor Sarah Haig has been named as the Law Society of Scotland’s In-house Rising Star 2018.
Three newly qualified members of the Scottish legal in-house community have been shortlisted as finalists of the 2018 Law Society of Scotland In-house Rising Star Award.
We want solicitors, trainee solicitors and accredited paralegals to come along to one of our focus groups and tell us what they think of our email communications.
Pupils from four Scottish schools are preparing for the final of this year’s Donald Dewar memorial debating tournament.
A modest rise in the cost of practising as a Scottish solicitor has been agreed following an eight-year freeze.
Alison Atack took over the presidency from Graham Matthews at today’s meeting of the Law Society’s decision-making Council, while Falkirk-based solicitor, John Mulholland, became the new Vice President.
We are asking the legal profession and consumer bodies for their views on price transparency for legal services.
Two new members and two familiar faces have been elected by their peers to join the Law Society's Council, in the latest round of contested elections.
16 solicitors are competing for a total of four seats across three constituencies in the Law Society of Scotland Council elections.
Trainee solicitors in Scotland should receive a pay increase in 2018/19, according to recommendations made by the Law Society of...