A member of Faculty will share her experiences in international human rights and humanitarian law in a special webinar.
Three members of Faculty have been appointed as sheriffs.
The Faculty joined condemnation of a reference in a Home Office video to lawyers who provide legal advice to migrants as “activist lawyers”.
A new name has joined a specialist list of counsel who are qualified in alternative dispute resolution techniques, while a veteran of the group has added to his CV.
Guidance on sentencing young people, with rehabilitation at its heart, has been given strong support by the Faculty, but with a warning that the public needs to be assured the aim is not to let offenders go scot-free.
The Faculty’s Laura Thomson, Advocate, has been named as Junior Counsel to the Sheku Bayoh public inquiry.
A woman’s £5,391 award from an Employment Tribunal has been confirmed on appeal, with help from the Faculty’s pro bono unit.
Leading counsel at a public inquiry into the death of a man in police custody has been named as Angela Grahame, QC
Local public health measures like minimum pricing of alcohol could be jeopardised under proposals for a UK internal market, the Faculty has suggested.
A revised version of a scheme which deals with Advocates’ fees has been published by the Faculty.