News archive for October 2015
- Posts in October, 2015
In the second of a series looking at support groups for new lawyers, we spoke to Andrew Bergin of the Trainee and Newly Qualified Society (TANQ).
Law Society comment on the interim regulations following their consideration by the Scottish Parliament's Justice Committee
Graduates pursuing a career in law should think about what the classic CV lines like ‘excellent communications skills’ really mean.
Six reasons you should see your solicitor if you're thinking about making a will.
The Law Society of Scotland has paid tribute to past president, Michael Scanlan, who passed away today.
In the first of a series looking at support groups for new lawyers, we caught up with Emma Boffey, President of the Scottish Young Lawyers' Association (SYLA).
The Law Society of Scotland is calling for judges for the Donald Dewar Memorial Debating Tournament 2015/16.
Rob Marrs, senior policy manager at the Society, shines a light on one of the biggest issues facing the legal profession: the gender pay gap.
The Law Society is confirming today (Friday 9 October) that it submitted a report on Christopher Hales to the Serious & Organised Crime Agency (SOCA, now the National Crime Agency) in 2011.
Drivers should be held criminally responsible for smokers when children present in cars, Law Society says
Drivers of cars in which someone is smoking where children are present, should be held criminally responsible along with the smoker themselves, the Law Society said today, 8 October.
Law Matters keeps MSPs and parliamentary staff abreast of the Society's work at the Scottish, UK and European parliaments, highlighting key issues about the justice system and legal profession.