The First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, has kicked off a series of Faculty-supported talks by politicians on the theme, Scotland After Brexit.
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Leading lights in criminal law will be passing on some expert advice and tips to young practitioners at a full-day event in Glasgow.
The Faculty was delighted to welcome one of its most illustrious members, Lord Hope of Craighead, to open a new series of lunchtime seminars.
Scotland could be operating an illegal regime of charging litigants court fees at a level designed to fund the civil justice system, the Faculty has suggested.
The death has been announced of Muir Russell, QC, who served as a sheriff at Aberdeen for 20 years. He was 92.
A dozen advocates have been approved for appointment as Legally Qualified Chairs by the Scottish Social Services Council (SSSC).
Members and staff of Faculty have been given heartfelt thanks for bringing “magical” Christmas cheer to vulnerable families.
The death has been announced of Ian Simpson, QC, who served 18 years as a sheriff and was also a temporary judge before he retired. He was 68.
The Faculty’s FOA Arbitration group and its newly-established arbitration service have been applauded by a senior US lawyer.