The Lord President, Lord Carloway, has hailed the “remarkable” determination of the legal profession to maintain access to justice in a year like no other.
The Faculty has welcomed a significant change to the Hate Crime and Public Order (Scotland) Bill.
A Bill to recover NHS costs in treating industrial diseases is unlikely to prompt any improvement in workplace safety, the Faculty has suggested.
A member of Faculty will put the spotlight on renewables in a speech to the online Scottish conference of the UK Environmental Law Association (UKELA).
Three women from the legal profession in Scotland, including a member of Faculty, will help others to decide about a career in the law.
One of the Faculty’s specialists in employment law is among a new batch of appointments to the panel of judges of Employment Tribunals (Scotland).
Nine members of Faculty have been appointed Queen’s Counsel, taking to 133 the number of practising Silks at the Bar.
A member of Faculty has penned an article for a specialist journal about COVID-19 regulations affecting the hospitality sector.
A conference to give an update on commercial litigation in Scotland it to feature a member of the senior Bar as one of the speakers.