Members of the Advocates’ Family Law Association (AFLA) will be passing on some expert knowledge at a conference in Glasgow.
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It’s not usually an enjoyable experience, but being shown to the cells will be a highlight this weekend for pupils from eight schools in Edinburgh.
Environmental justice and the key issue of accessing it will be put under the microscope at the annual Scottish conference of the UK Environmental Law Association (UKELA), with contributions by several members of Faculty.
One of the most senior figures in the judiciary of England and Wales is to give a talk to members of Faculty about her role in liaising with courts around the world.
A “fantastic” conference has ushered in the Faculty’s new, innovative personal injury arbitration service.
A woman who was unfairly sacked from her job has been given renewed hope of being re-employed, after “invaluable” help from the Faculty’s Free Legal Services Unit.
The recently-appointed chair of JUSTICE Scotland, Shelagh McCall, QC, is Lawyer of the Week in the Law section of The Times Scotland.
Five members of Faculty have been appointed as legal members of the Housing and Property Chamber of the First-tier Tribunal for Scotland.
The Scottish Criminal Bar Association is heavily represented among the speakers at a weekend conference examining “Excellence in Advocacy”.
The Lord President, Lord Carloway, predicted a “leaner and fitter” Court of Session with shorter waiting times for cases, and highlighted the near-impossible task of meeting time limits in the High Court, in an address to mark the opening of the Legal Year.