- in the category: Career growth
The Lawscot Foundation has been nominated as the 'Most Innovative Development' in the 2018 Association Excellence Awards and our Careers and Outreach team nominated as 'Best Team’.
Experienced Law Society of Scotland mentors David Bryson and Christopher Morgan discuss their 7 top tips for mentors
Whether you are writing a report or a letter it’s important to keep in mind who you are writing for: real people! Hilary Phillips shares her top tips on remembering and writing for your audience.
Social media consultant Annie Boyd blogs on how - even in a corporate world - you can harness the power of social media to deliver real results.
Enrolment has now opened for the Society of Law Accountants in Scotland (SOLAS) classes commencing in Autumn 2018. The course focuses on the three key areas of cashroom accounting, executries and feeing.
Simon Allison, employment law partner at Blackadders, blogs on how to understand, manage and motivate the next generation of workers.
Olivia Parker, Careers Development Officer at the Law Society of Scotland, discusses Legal Cheek's recent event for students hosted by Pinsent Masons, focusing on how innovation in technology is changing the face of the profession.
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?
Solicitors who have held an unrestricted practising certificate for five years are now eligible to apply for specialist accreditation.
A former intern and her employer talk about their experience of an in-house summer internship and why you should give it a go.
Charlotte White is currently undertaking the part-time Diploma in Legal Practice at the University of Dundee having obtained an LLB in Scots and English Law in 2016. Here she talks about why she chose the part-time Diploma and would encourage others to consider it as an option.
Janet Rieu-Clarke, our in-house Accredited Paralegal, explains the path that led her to new role at the Society and the rationale behind the new accredited paralegal status.