- in the category: Research and policy
93% of respondents in our Annual Members' Survey agree that the Law Society should continue to be responsible for representation, support and regulation of solicitors in Scotland, according to independent research by Mark Diffley Consultancy and Research and Survation.
The laws on cohabitation in Scotland are problematic and disadvantageous to vulnerable and grieving people, according to a report by the Law Society of Scotland.
Access to Justice consultations open to better understand the use of alternative dispute resolution and pro bono work
Our response to the UK Parliament's Joint Committee on Human Rights inquiry into whether new safeguards are required to regulate the use of personal data by private companies.
The 2019 financial health check for Scottish law firms opens - watch for your firm's email about this year's survey
Our comments on proposals to move to an “opt-out” system for organ donation in Scotland.
Our new survey aims to provide a better understanding of the in-house traineeship market - let us know your views.
With people tucking into their Christmas dinners not knowing what will come of Brexit in the new year, our Head of International, Katie Hay, urges people to think about how Brexit might impact us all.