A virtual Open Day to give an insight into life at the Scottish Bar has drawn wide praise as “a fantastic experience”.
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All the latest news from the Faculty of Advocates
Member of Faculty Scott Blair has been invited to speak to a global audience at the Strategic Litigation Roundtable organised by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.
After more than two hundred years, Thomas Muir of Huntershill has been restored to the roll of the Faculty of Advocates following a successful plea by Ross Macfarlane QC.
Lawyers’ associations from around the world, including the Faculty, have issued a Call for Action in support of the vital role of an independent legal profession in the rule of law.
The Dean of Faculty, Gordon Jackson, QC, has stepped down after four years in the post.
Nine new members have been admitted to the Faculty in a second - and hopefully, last - calling ceremony under physical distancing.
An addition to a discussion paper on cohabitation has been put forward by the Faculty.
A major UK human rights conference will hear contributions from two Scottish Silks in the areas of crime and immigration and asylum.
An Open Day to give senior school pupils and university students an insight into life as an Advocate is going virtual.