Veteran QC, Herbert Kerrigan, has been made Honorary President of the University of Aberdeen Law Reform Society.
A second Professional Regulation Conference is being organised by the Faculty, on the back of a highly successful inaugural event last year.
Leading experts in the field of artificial intelligence are heading to the Faculty for an international conference.
Questions have been raised by the Faculty about the future use of protected trust deeds (PTDs) as a form of statutory debt solution.
A member of Faculty, Laura Reilly, is one of three new appointments to the Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission (SCCRC).
Defamation actions in Scotland should not have to pass a “serious harm” test to be allowed to proceed, the Faculty believes.
The Faculty’s Mackenzie Building is the venue for the latest event in Scotland by Women in the Law UK, when “Wellbeing in Work/Life” will be put under the spotlight.
Applications are now being invited for Faculty scholarships which can help ease financial tensions during the training period for the Bar.
Six European countries are represented among young lawyers who have arrived at the Faculty for the 2019 Eurodevils programme.
Appeal judges have rejected an attempt to save a dog from a death sentence, in a case supported by the Faculty’s Criminal Appeal Service.