News and Responses
All the latest news from the Faculty of Advocates
The Faculty has appointed a new Director of Training and Education, Neil Mackenzie, who becomes the sixth member to hold the post.
The award-winning film producer/director, Leslee Udwin, has thanked the Faculty for a special screening of her controversial documentary, India's Daughter.
A celebrated film-maker and human rights activist will be a guest of the Faculty for a special screening of her award-winning documentary, India’s Daughter.
Hearty congratulations to Aidan O'Neill, QC, and Usman Tariq who were winners at the 2017 Law Awards of Scotland.
The Faculty is not convinced that specific hate crime legislation is required in Scotland.
A new adopt-a-book scheme has been launched by Abbotsford, home of Sir Walter Scott, to help preserve some of the significant works in his world-renowned library.
Expectations had been high, but they were met - and then some - as JUSTICE Scotland brought together a panel of leading lights to explore the portrayal of crime, law and forensic science in fiction and drama.
The Scottish Legal Complaints Commission has published its annual report for 2016-17, showing that of 1,155 new complaints received during the year, ten related to advocates.