Lady Wolffe is to be the guest speaker at the Faculty’s International Women’s Day event, when she pays tribute to pioneering women in the law and looks to the future.
Arbitration and all its attractions will be showcased at a special one-day conference hosted by the Faculty.
Advances in technology used in automated vehicles could make it impossible to identify the cause of accidents involving them, the Faculty has suggested.
Details have been confirmed for the first event in the Tumbling Lassie 2019 fundraising calendar, with a new charity partner lined up to benefit.
A new system of instructing second post-mortem examinations of homicide victims has been put forward by the Faculty, in an attempt to ease the grief of bereaved families.
A sterling line-up of legal figures, including senior member of Faculty Jonathan Mitchell, QC, will explore Justice for All: Law as a Force for Good at a special conference this weekend.
A planned new piece of Scottish land law could be made more user-friendly, the Faculty has suggested.
He has moved on 100 years, but murder and an insight by Donald Findlay, QC, into one of Scotland’s most notorious cases will again raise funds for charity.
Two highly innovative US judges will give insights into their approach to justice at a special Faculty event.
Two new legal members, one a senior member of Faculty, Morag Ross, QC, have been appointed to the Judicial Appointments Board for Scotland (JABS).