Delays in the planning system will be put in the spotlight by Scotland’s senior judge and a leading planning QC at a seminar.
Surely he won't miss Christmas...the pressure is on defence counsel. But we're confident justice will prevail, and a charity will be boosted.
Concerns have been expressed by the Faculty that planned legislation designed to ensure the voice of the child is heard in court could be “retrogressive”.
Congratulations to the Faculty’s Aidan O’Neill, QC, and Wendy Hay for picking up titles at The Herald Law Awards of Scotland 2019.
Newly-published author, Stephen O'Rourke, QC, is helping to write a fresh chapter in the story of the Tumbling Lassie, and boosting her fundraising appeal.
Aspects of plans to compensate historical child abuse in care could create a “survivor hierarchy” and deny payments to some victims, the Faculty has suggested.
Four members of Faculty will be installed as Senators of the College of Justice in the New Year, it has been announced.
Radio listeners will hear about a link between the Faculty and the notorious 19th Century Burke and Hare murders when a new series about famous court cases is aired.
The Treasurer of Faculty, Roddy Dunlop, QC, has been named Lawyer of the Week in the law section of The Times.
A first group of expert speakers has been confirmed for the Faculty’s ever-popular 21st Century Bar Conference.