Issues have been identified by the Faculty in a planned new system to allow complainers in sexual offence cases to refer themselves for forensic examination.
All the latest news from the Faculty of Advocates
A new judge has honoured his late mother by taking her maiden name for his title, Lord Harrower.
The journalist and legal commentator, Joshua Rozenberg, QC, will launch his new book in Scotland at an event chaired by the Faculty’s Mungo Bovey, QC.
A senior member of Faculty has been appointed to a panel of specialist arbitrators for disputes in the world of fine art.
A new magazine published by the supreme constitutional court of Colombia features a contribution by a member of Faculty, Ximena Vengoechea.
Safety must be the top priority in allowing driverless buses on to our roads, the Faculty has insisted.
A senior member of Faculty, Lauren Sutherland, QC, has been appointed to a leading position within the Pan European Organisation of Personal Injury Lawyers (PEOPIL).
A major seminar to put the spotlight on Scotland’s place in Europe following Brexit has been announced by the Faculty.
New rules affecting Chapter 42A personal injury actions in the Court of Session will be analysed at an information event, with speakers including Maria Maguire, QC, and Amber Galbraith, Advocate.
The new Vice-Dean of the Faculty of Advocates is Roddy Dunlop, QC.