New members have been welcomed to the Faculty of Advocates, at a calling ceremony like no other.
The criminal Bar has welcomed an announcement that preparations are being made to restart jury trials in July.
The latest member of Faculty to join FLAGS (Family Law Arbitration Group Scotland) has hailed “invaluable and timely” training in dealing with cases remotely.
Advocates are being urged to share moments of kindness which have been shown to them in their career, as part of Mental Health Awareness Week.
A member of Faculty has been appointed to a key role in the tribunals system in Scotland.
The President of the Scottish Criminal Bar Association, Ronnie Renucci, QC, has been named among the members of a new group which will examine the possible return of jury trials.
A senior member of Faculty has been named Lawyer of the Week in the law section of The Times Scotland.
The Faculty has supported reform of the law on moveable transactions, and an end to the use of “work-arounds”.
Four new reporters have been appointed by the Scottish Council of Law Reporting to its Session Cases team.
A senior member of Faculty has been left “exhausted but elated” after completing a 200-mile charity cycle run in his back garden.