A consultation on proposed legislation on the expenses and funding of civil litigation has been published by the Scottish Government.
Experts from both sides of the Border, including a Supreme Court judge and a Law Officer, will share their insights into proceeds of crime legislation at a conference hosted by the Faculty.
Changes to the civil justice system under the Courts Reform (Scotland) Act 2014 will start this summer, Lord Gill, the Lord President, has announced.
The timetable for implementation of changes under the Courts Reform (Scotland) Act 2014 will be announced tomorrow (Wednesday, 28 January).
Events are being held across the United Kingdom to mark Holocaust Memorial Day, and a statement was issued by the Faculty of Advocates in recognition of the day.
Distinguished figures in the field of family law will converge on Edinburgh from throughout the United Kingdom and Ireland for a major conference.
Ending the automatic early release of prisoners will affect cases where a judge is considering a non-mandatory life sentence, the Faculty has submitted to MSPs.
The Faculty has called for new Scottish tax tribunals to be given a "brief but powerful" overriding objective.
The Sheriff Principal for Lothian and Borders, Mhairi Stephen, has been appointed as Queen's Counsel, it has been announced.
It will be a notable "first" when the Faculty hosts a seminar examining State Aid law from a Scottish viewpoint.