News and Responses
All the latest news from the Faculty of Advocates
An 84-year-old woman says she will be “forever grateful” to the Faculty’s pro bono unit and a volunteer QC, Roddy McIlvride, who helped her win a court case over damage to her tenement home.
A new leader has been chosen for the specialist group of Faculty members who practise in family law. Kate Dowdalls, QC,...
Reforms to the law on setting the personal injury discount rate have been made in a Bill introduced in the Scottish Parliament.
An exhibition charting the dynamic and creative relationship between Sir Walter Scott and the artist, J M W Turner, is a summer attraction at Abbotsford, Scott’s home in the Scottish Borders.
The Signet Library will be a centre of attention when it hosts two special events on the same day.
A law student has enjoyed one of the experiences of his life during mentoring by a member of Faculty.
A significant Supreme Court family law judgment is to be analysed by one of the advocates in the case for a training event by the Scottish Child Law Centre.
A new report by JUSTICE Scotland concludes that suspects and solicitors need a better understanding of the importance of legal assistance during police detention.
An official opening of the refurbished Faculty library at the High Court in Glasgow has helped to give the west-coast criminal Bar "the best facilities for many a long day."