The barbarity of the invasion of Ukraine is not confined to the loss of life and limb, nor to the displacement of millions of citizens. Cultural objects, including large libraries and archives, are especially vulnerable.
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A move by the Scottish Government to introduce a requirement for consumers to have a licence to buy certain categories of fireworks will need to be clearly communicated to the public, said the Faculty of Advocates.
Members of Faculty and a number of devils played a key role in helping law students from the University of Edinburgh prepare for a recent major international mooting competition.
It was with deep sadness that the Faculty heard of the passing of Niall McCluskey this week.
Security holders exercising a standard security should be subject to a duty to conform to reasonable standards of commercial practice, says the Faculty of Advocates.
The Faculty of Advocates’ free hybrid World IP Day 2022 event takes place on Friday 29 April, so time is running out to book for this popular annual gathering.
The closing date for the Faculty of Advocates’ scholarship programmes for 2023 is the end of April, so anyone keen to access funding to support them while devilling must apply soon.
Claire Mitchell QC and Zoe Venditozzi, well-known for their work on the Witches of Scotland campaign, were both delighted to have been shortlisted for the Glasgow Times Scotswoman of the Year Award 2021.