A major conference to analyse the future for legal services in Scotland is being planned for the autumn.
An election for the office of Vice-Dean of Faculty will be a two-way contest between Lynda Brabender, QC, and Ronnie Renucci, QC.
A senior member of the criminal Bar is to help explore changes in the legal landscape and challenges raised by COVID-19.
A sporting Silk will be able to combine work and pleasure after being appointed to Scottish Rugby’s discipline panel.
One of the country’s leading family law specialists, the Faculty’s Lynda Brabender, QC, will share her thoughts on the recent Supreme Court case of ABC in a special webinar.
The newly-elected Dean of Faculty, Roddy Dunlop, QC, has been introduced formally to the Court of Session in a short ceremony.
The new Dean of the Faculty of Advocates is Roddy Dunlop, QC.
A virtual Open Day to give an insight into life at the Scottish Bar has drawn wide praise as “a fantastic experience”.
Member of Faculty Scott Blair has been invited to speak to a global audience at the Strategic Litigation Roundtable organised by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.
After more than two hundred years, Thomas Muir of Huntershill has been restored to the roll of the Faculty of Advocates following a successful plea by Ross Macfarlane QC.