- in the category: Professional support
NQ Solicitor Tim Taylor shares his experience of mindfulness and explains how his daily meditation practise has had a positive impact on his personal and professional development.
After demonstrating their vast experience and understanding of professional regulation, three solicitors in Scotland have been accredited with the Regulation of Professional Conduct Law specialism.
Philip Hall, Legal Counsel at RBS, shares what his recent move in-house has taught him about the importance of vision, strategy and coaching.
As of the 2018-19 CPD year, which begins on 1 November, Scottish solicitors will be required to include a minimum of one hour ‘risk management’ CPD as part of their annual 20 hours training.
We are leading a delegation of Scotland-based legaltech companies on a trade mission to Zurich and Vienna.
Our Head of Engagement, Katie McKenna, writes about what we can do to show we value and respect the people around us.
Katie McKenna, our High Street Head of Engagement, looks at how we can all look after our mental health on World Mental Health Day
Lawyers and tech experts will be encouraged to join forces to develop technology-based solutions for the legal sector.
Legal services consumers are set to benefit from new practice rules for Scottish solicitors on Incidental Financial Business.
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.
A few months on from the enforcement of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Laura Irvine, partner at BTO solicitors, looks at the changes introduced and what they mean for individuals and organisations.
Andrew Todd, group director & company secretary of Springfield Properties plc, reflects on how being commercially aware can be particularly important (and challenging) for in-house lawyers.