The eyes of the Commonwealth will focus once more on Glasgow, as delegates gather for one of the major events of the international legal calendar.
The Dean of Faculty, James Wolffe, QC, has called for "robust" protection of lawyer-client confidentiality, in the wake of a Parliamentary committee report which said new legislation was needed to govern the security and intelligence agencies.
Greater use of pre-recorded evidence could become a feature of criminal trials in Scotland under plans outlined in a new report.
A report aimed at overcoming barriers to a judicial career and widening the pool of candidates for appointment to the Bench has been published.
The Faculty has mounted a robust defence of the appeals system for business rates valuation, and urged the Scottish Government to leave well alone.
A senior member of Faculty has been appointed the first President of the Scottish Tax Tribunals.
This weekend will see celebrations and events across the world to mark International Women's Day.
Seventeen members of Faculty have been appointed to a new panel of counsel for the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC).