Fears have been voiced by the Faculty that proposals to modernise the law of defamation have “a significant gap” in dealing with online character attacks.
A qualified welcome has been given by the Faculty to plans for periodical payment orders, which will introduce major change to personal injury litigation.
The Faculty is delighted to have been part of a record-breaking Bloody Scotland crime writing festival.
The Scottish Arbitration Centre and ArbitralWomen are holding a breakfast seminar in Edinburgh when the discussion will focus on, Differences in the practice of international arbitration in the UK.
Members of Faculty have been recruited by the Scottish Young Lawyers’ Association for a triple bill of events.
The Faculty’s first sponsored event at the Bloody Scotland international crime writing festival has received rave reviews.
The Faculty’s presence on the international stage has been bolstered by membership of a body devoted to improving the quality of European law.
Scotland’s international crime writing festival, Bloody Scotland, returns to Stirling this weekend, with an inaugural Faculty sub-plot.
Thirteen members of Faculty have been approved by Her Majesty for “the rank and dignity of Queen’s Counsel”.
Time is running out to secure tickets for a conference on commercial law featuring the Faculty’s Denis Garrity as one of the speakers.