Plans to set up a National Taskforce for Human Rights Leadership have been applauded by the Faculty’s Human Rights and Rule of Law Committee (HRRoL).
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The Faculty has “fully endorsed” a call to end bullying and harassment in Scotland’s legal profession.
A series of recommendations to improve the way sexual offences are prosecuted in Scotland and across the UK has been drawn up by JUSTICE, the law reform and human rights group.
Plans to update and improve the law on surrogacy have been welcomed by the Advocates’ Family Law Association (AFLA).
Two senior figures in the field of Employment Law in Scotland will head the line-up of speakers at the 2019 conference of the Faculty’s Employment Law Group (ELG).
Advocacy skills training will have a truly international flavour this week at a special course organised by the Faculty.
Applications are being sought by the Faculty for lay members to serve on its Complaints Committee and Disciplinary Tribunal.
A member of Faculty has been named on a list of Lawyers Who Are Changing the World For the Better 2019.
New rules and forms for taking the views of children in family and civil partnership actions were explored at a special seminar by the Advocates’ Family Law Association (AFLA).
Members of the Faculty Choir will share the stage with some inspirational singers at a fundraising concert in Dublin.