The Scottish Legal Complaints Commission is proposing to keep its annual levy for advocates at £150.
A Scottish human rights lawyer working in Colombia is to give a talk on his experiences in an event organised by the Faculty’s Human Rights and Rule of Law Committee.
A new Faculty group is looking forward to hosting an event to celebrate the recent appointment of a Scottish advocate to the General Court in Luxembourg.
A selection panel has been set up by the First Minister to make recommendations for the vacant post of Lord Justice Clerk.
The celebrated civil liberties campaigner Shami Chakrabarti wowed a delighted Laigh Hall audience with an open and informative discussion of her life and work.
Children should help design new legal documents to ensure the views of youngsters are heard whenever possible in family court cases, says the Faculty.
The Scottish Criminal Bar Association has re-elected its main office-bearers at its 2016 annual meeting.
Two members of Faculty are among 107 applicants who have been approved by Her Majesty the Queen for Silk in England & Wales.
Shami Chakrabarti, who is to reflect on a life of campaigning at a Faculty-hosted event next week, has announced she is leaving the human rights group, Liberty, but will remain in post until her successor is found.
The civil liberties and human rights campaigner, Shami Chakrabarti, will discuss her life and work in the second of the JUSTICE Scotland “Beyond Law” series of events, hosted by the Faculty