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News and Responses
All the latest news from the Faculty of Advocates
Before the pandemic, the usual way in which hearings were conducted across all courts and tribunals was in person. In order to deliver justice in lockdown, it quickly became vital to move to remote hearings.
The Advocates Library is at the heart of Scotland’s legal system and the heart of an advocate’s daily practice.
The Faculty of Advocates is saddened by the death of former Member of Faculty Andrew Hajducki QC.
The four professional bodies of barristers and advocates of the United Kingdom and Ireland are united in their condemnation of the sanctions announced by the People’s Republic of China (PRC) government against barrister members of the legal profession and their “immediate families”.
One of the most respected legal minds in Scotland, Heriot Currie QC, has passed away.
Time is running out to secure a spot at the Faculty’s 13th World Intellectual Property Day Conference 2021.
“With great power comes great responsibility.”
It is with deep sorrow that the Faculty of Advocates heard the news that His Royal Highness Prince Philip has died.
This year’s conference will be held online on Friday, 23 April from 12.00 to 13.30.