Members of Faculty have been picking up some expert advice on using and caring for one of the most important tools of their trade – the voice.
A new advocate member has been appointed to the Scottish Civil Justice Council (SCJC).
The focus of court reforms must now shift from structure to function, without losing sight of the goal of a justice system which works efficiently, the Lord President, Lord Carloway, said in an address at the opening of the Legal Year.
A major change to the timetable of the Court of Session, allowing it to sit throughout the year, has been announced by the Scottish Courts and Tribunals Service (SCTS).
The Faculty has been helping to fly the flag for Scotland at the conference of the International Bar Association (IBA) in Washington DC.
A St Bernard dog has been saved from destruction, after a successful appeal by counsel who acted pro bono.
The Faculty and lawyers’ groups from around the globe have expressed solidarity with lawyers in Egypt as they increasingly face arrest and detention.
A dozen members of Faculty have been appointed Queen’s Counsel, taking to 121 the number of practising silks at the Bar.
The National Library of Scotland in Edinburgh is one of the country’s gems, used and visited by thousands of people.
Two of the Faculty’s EU law experts are heading to Dublin for the annual conference of the European Circuit.