Six members of Faculty are among a group of new appointees to the Mental Health Tribunal for Scotland.
A love of music has taken a member of Faculty to a performance in a world premiere and a slot on national radio.
Celebrating residents have been quick to acknowledge the help of a volunteer advocate in a successful 18-month fight to avoid losing their homes.
The Faculty has aided an inquiry into Scotland’s prosecution service with “insightful” oral evidence to MSPs.
Two senior members of Faculty have contributed to a new book to mark the golden jubilee of the law commissions of Scotland and England & Wales.
The Faculty’s Free Legal Services Unit is helping to train pro bono solicitors and other volunteers in two important areas of advice work.
The Faculty has underscored its “enthusiastic support” for proposed legislation on third party rights in contract.
The Faculty’s Martin Richardson has been appointed Crown Counsel and will take up his post as an Advocate-Depute from 14 November.
A new, ground-breaking appraisal scheme has been introduced by the Faculty, to give the public confidence that they can expect “top notch” representation from advocates.
The Faculty and the Law Society of Scotland have voiced unwavering support for the independence of the judiciary and the legal profession, in the fall-out from the Brexit ruling of the High Court.