News archive for March 2015
- Posts in March, 2015
For the first time, every Scottish solicitor will have to renew their practising certificate online, the Law Society of Scotland has announced.
Local school pupils have won through to the final of the Law Society of Scotland’s national debating tournament after pitting their wits against schools across the country.
This is the Brussels office's monthly electronic newsletter. It summarises EU developments of interest to solicitors and their clients. It covers developments in EU law that affect professional practice and the way solicitors run their firms.
Communications between lawyers and their clients must not be intercepted except in exceptional circumstances and under warrant authorised by a court of law, the Law Society of Scotland said today, 25 March.
Matthew Thomson, solicitor and legal aid policy officer at the Law Society of Scotland scans the criminal legal aid landscape and looks at the challenges and motivation for today’s practitioners.
The spring edition of the newsletter for all practitioners working in the small and medium sized firms which make up the backbone of the profession.
Rob Marrs gives a warts-and-all account of what to expect when you start a legal traineeship.
The Law Society of Scotland has welcomed legislation which will require employers to publish what they pay their male and female staff.
Scottish solicitors are showing greater confidence in the future of their profession according to a recent Law Society of Scotland survey.
The Society comments on the Scottish Solicitors’ Discipline Tribunal 2014 annual report.
Ian Cruickshank, convener of the Law Society of Scotland Criminal Law Committee, responds to the publication of the Scottish Court Service Evidence and Procedure Review