One team took the title, but everyone was declared a winner at a highly successful final of the 2015 Bar National Mock Trial Competition.
The Faculty has offered to work with Government towards legislation which would protect lawyer-client confidentiality against surveillance by the intelligence and security services.
Victims of human trafficking could be less well protected in Scotland than elsewhere in the UK if changes are not made to planned legislation, the Faculty has suggested to MSPs.
The Faculty is to present its eighth World Intellectual Property Day Conference and is expecting once again to have to post the "Full House" signs.
The Faculty has learned of the death of the former Dean, William David Prosser, who also served as a Senator of the College of Justice with the judicial title Lord Prosser. He was 80.
Media regulation will be put under the spotlight by one of the leading figures in the field at an event hosted by the Faculty.
Plans for modernising the Fatal Accident Inquiry (FAI) system in Scotland have been set out by the Scottish Government.
The Faculty's commitment to the rule of law has been strengthened by bringing it within the remit of the Human Rights Committee.
Around 340 school students from throughout the UK - and some distinguished legal figures - will descend on Edinburgh's Parliament House for the 2015 final of the Bar National Mock Trial Competition.
The media will have a chance to be heard before any orders which restrict reporting of proceedings are made by a court, under new rules.