The Faculty has added its voice to calls for support for survivors of abuse who may choose to go to court under proposed changes in the law.
The Faculty’s Nicola Gilchrist has been featured in a magazine list of “remarkable women” for her work with Scottish Women’s Aid (SWA).
The first debate to be staged by Women in Law Scotland will be held on International Women’s Day and will feature the Faculty’s Ximena Vengoechea among the speakers.
A new advocate member has been appointed to the Scottish Civil Justice Council (SCJC).
The Vice-Dean of Faculty, Angela Grahame, QC, has been invited to join the panel at this year’s Women in Law event by the Scottish Young Lawyers’ Association.
For the second week in a row, a senior member of Faculty has been named as the Scottish Lawyer of the Week in the Law section of The Times.
Campaigners have thanked the Faculty’s pro bono service for helping to save a library from closure.
A major new event is being added to the nation’s cultural calendar – a dinner hosted by the Dean of Faculty to celebrate all things Scottish.
An event to examine what Brexit might mean for equality and human rights in Scotland will feature a member of Faculty as one of the speakers.
A committee which plays a vital role in setting the level of damages awards throughout the UK is to be joined by a member of Faculty.