News and Responses
All the latest news from the Faculty of Advocates
Planned new guidelines on the use of covert surveillance in Scotland fail to give sufficient protection to communications between lawyers and clients, the Faculty believes.
The Faculty has a new suite of consulting rooms in Glasgow, just a wig’s throw from the High Court.
The Faculty doubts the necessity for a general statutory restatement of the law on remedies for breach of contract.
Members of the Advocates’ Family Law Association (AFLA) will be passing on some expert knowledge at a conference in Glasgow.
It’s not usually an enjoyable experience, but being shown to the cells will be a highlight this weekend for pupils from eight schools in Edinburgh.
Environmental justice and the key issue of accessing it will be put under the microscope at the annual Scottish conference of the UK Environmental Law Association (UKELA), with contributions by several members of Faculty.
One of the most senior figures in the judiciary of England and Wales is to give a talk to members of Faculty about her role in liaising with courts around the world.