Eight new members have been admitted to the Faculty, and welcomed to “the best job in the legal profession”.
He’s known for taking the Stone of Destiny from Westminster Abbey, but Ian Hamilton also has award-winning playwright high on his CV.
The Faculty’s Fred Mackintosh has been titled Lawyer of the Week in the law section of The Times Scotland.
A new Moot has helped cement closer ties between the Faculty and the Bar of Northern Ireland.
The Faculty has welcomed an announcement by the Scottish Government that it will issue a public consultation on the Roberton Review of legal services regulation.
A member of Faculty, Scott Blair, is going to the dogs, as part of National Licensing Week.
The Faculty’s Jacqueline Fordyce has been elected to the board of Howard League Scotland, the independent penal reform organisation.
Plans to set up a National Taskforce for Human Rights Leadership have been applauded by the Faculty’s Human Rights and Rule of Law Committee (HRRoL).
The Faculty has “fully endorsed” a call to end bullying and harassment in Scotland’s legal profession.
A series of recommendations to improve the way sexual offences are prosecuted in Scotland and across the UK has been drawn up by JUSTICE, the law reform and human rights group.