A programme of key public law topics, including human rights and Brexit, has been drafted for the ninth annual summer conference of the Scottish Public Law Group.
A new report – part of the Evidence and Procedure Review on child and vulnerable witnesses – has been published by the Scottish Courts and Tribunals Service.
The former Lord Advocate, Dame Elish Angiolini, QC, is Lawyer of the Week in the Law section of The Times Scotland.
The Faculty has become a member of an international group which is devoted to upholding the highest standards of advocacy.
Justices of the Supreme Court took time out on their working visit to Edinburgh to enjoy some hospitality from the Faculty.
The reappointment of Lord Keen of Elie, QC, as Advocate General for Scotland has been announced.
The family of the late Lord “Mike” Jones and the Faculty have announced an annual prize in his name for excellence in advocacy.
The Scottish Council of Law Reporting (SCLR) has appointed Kenneth Campbell, QC, as its new Chairman.
A new system for detailing the decisions of single judges in the European Court of Human Rights has been welcomed by the Council of Bars and Law Societies of Europe (CCBE).
The Faculty has welcomed two new members from the solicitors’ branch of the profession – David Swanney and Alan Cowan.