The Scottish Legal Aid Board (SLAB) has announced a fall in the annual cost of legal assistance, while the amount paid to advocates increased.
The generosity of Faculty members and staff will once again help to bring Christmas cheer to vulnerable families in Fife.
The Faculty had double representation at the official opening of the French legal year in Paris, with the Dean, Gordon Jackson, QC, and Iain Mitchell, QC, both in attendance.
University students with an eye on a career in advocacy are being invited to visit the Faculty to learn about the Scottish Bar, its members and their work.
Glasgow’s High Court will be bristling with young legal prodigies this weekend, as 12 schools compete for the title of Scottish mock trial champions.
Bookings are now being taken for The Tumbling Lassie Ball and an associated seminar which will raise funds for two human trafficking charities.
A book sale and swish in the Faculty has raised an impressive £500.20 for the Scottish Book Trust.
The Scottish Legal Complaints Commission (SLCC) has issued its annual report for 2015-16.
The Lord Advocate and former Dean of Faculty, James Wolffe, QC, is to deliver the JUSTICE Scotland Human Rights Day Lecture 2016.
A perfect balance of work and relaxation proved a hit at the Scottish Criminal Bar Association’s winter conference.