If you have general questions about your traineeship, or are having issues accessing your record, selecting your supervisor or finding the right form please email legaleduc@lawscot.org.uk or telephone 0131 226 7411 (option 3)


We provide a dedicated help and support service specifically aimed to meet your needs.

You can contact us to discuss any issue you might have with your traineeship on a confidential or anonymous basis. An experienced member of staff will be able to offer you guidance, advice and assistance should you need help in dealing with issues or difficulties affecting your traineeship.

We aim to assist you whether you are seeking formal intervention or simply looking to discuss the issue without formal action being taken. We have helped many trainees who have not wished to identify themselves or their employer but we are unable to intervene directly if not made aware of the name of the individual, firm or organisation.

The Law Society of Scotland Admissions Sub-Committee has the power to intervene in training contracts if, after investigation, it is thought necessary.

For additional information, please contact legaleduc@lawscot.org.uk. If you would like to remain anonymous, we advise that you create a temporary email address to contact us from.

Rob Marrs

Hints and tips for trainees whilst being supervised remotely

Rob Marrs, Head of Education at the Law Society, shares some hints and tips about how trainees can be proactive in getting the most from their remote supervision, as working from home becomes more commonplace.