Progress in resuming civil court business has been applauded by the Vice-Dean of Faculty, Roddy Dunlop, QC.
Members of Faculty took part in one of the biggest mooting events in Scotland to help law students prepare for a major international competition.
The Scottish Criminal Bar Association (SCBA) has expressed optimism after a roundtable discussion about jury trials during the COVID-19 emergency.
A fictional 19th Century Advocate has returned to bring some Easter entertainment.
Court administrators have been urged to reconsider the “mothballing” of civil business, amid fears that the financial futures of some law firms and Advocates are being jeopardised.
Scotland’s newest Senator has been sworn in, at a ceremony very much of the times.
The Faculty has been deeply saddened to learn of the death of Sheriff Deirdre MacNeill, QC. She was 65.
Applications are being taken for Faculty scholarships which can help ease financial tensions during the training period for the Bar.
The criminal Bar has welcomed a decision by Ministers to withdraw their plan for trial without jury, and vowed to help “find a temporary solution to this temporary problem.”
A member of Faculty has been appointed a Commissioner of the Scottish Law Commission.