A member of Faculty, Charles Lugton, has been appointed a summary sheriff to sit at Glasgow Sheriff Court.
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Digital justice is not an alternative to the court system, but its future, according to the Lord President, Lord Carloway.
A member of Faculty, Jacqueline Fordyce, is to be contributing editor for a portfolio of titles for The Laws of Scotland: Stair Memorial Encyclopaedia.
A third portrait of a woman, Lady Dorrian, the Lord Justice Clerk, is to take its place among the legal luminaries adorning the walls of Parliament Hall.
Eight members of Faculty have been awarded Silk - Isla Davie, C Euan Duthie, Matt Jackson, Neil Mackenzie, Fred Mackintosh, Michael Meehan, Claire Mitchell and Astrid Smart.
The Faculty’s Usman Tariq has been chosen to be a contributing editor of The Laws of Scotland: Stair Memorial Encyclopaedia.
Two senior members of Faculty are to lead independent reviews for universities which employed an academic who has been convicted of sexual offences.
Final preparations are being made for next month’s Tumbling Lassie Ball, but she has three other engagements before the big night.
A draft guideline on sentencing has been hailed by the Faculty as “concise and easy to understand” and a benefit to the public.
The Lord Advocate, James Wolffe, QC, will be on familiar territory when he gives the keynote address at the 2019 Proceeds of Crime Conference, hosted by the Faculty.