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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.
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.
Mental health first aider, Lyndsey Thomson explains what's involved in the mental health first aid training and what it has meant to her personally.
Solicitors and non-solicitors have the opportunity to get involved with the work of the Law Society of Scotland, influencing decisions affecting the Scottish legal profession and helping to shape good law.
Members of the Scottish legal profession are invited to take part in an anonymous survey and share incidents of violent or threatening behaviour experienced, in the course of their professional duties.
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
Leading figures of the Scottish legal profession paid tribute to the contributions of four of the Law Society of Scotland’s Honorary Members.
Lord Hope of Craighead and Aidan O'Neill QC are confirmed as keynote speakers at our annual conference Leading Legal Excellence.
Some of our online services will be unavailable from 5pm 18 July until 9am 20 July
Orkney solicitor Serena Sutherland has become the newest member of the Law Society of Scotland Council.