A major annual regulatory conference will have a Faculty finale, with a speech by senior counsel, Andrew Webster, QC.
Cyclists in Scotland who cause death or serious injury to others could in theory be prosecuted under common law, but it is unlikely, the Faculty has suggested in a submission to the Department for Transport.
A prize for excellence in advocacy in the name of the late Lord “Mike” Jones is to be awarded for the first time next month.
Lawyers throughout the UK are being urged to FLAG IT UP in an attempt to curb multi-billion pound money laundering criminals.
Lawyers and law students are being invited to a special event to formally launch a new Faculty scholarship and to mark the first anniversary of the Scottish Ethnic Minorities Lawyers Association (SEMLA).
European Lawyers Day at the Faculty featured a highly informative and thought-provoking talk by Philippe Sands, QC, law professor, author and international counsel.
The report by Esther Roberton on her Independent Review of Legal Services Regulation in Scotland has been published.
Four very different authors will discuss their latest works at the home of the master, in the Abbotsford Literary Sessions.
High-profile international lawyer, Philippe Sands, QC, promises to make it a special European Lawyers Day at the Faculty next week.
Two judges are to be the guest speakers at this year’s conference by the Faculty’s Employment Law Group (ELG).