Co-operation between countries in the fight against crime must continue post-Brexit, the Faculty’s Clare Connelly has told MSPs.
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Students at Strathclyde University were given a glimpse of life at the Bar when a Faculty roadshow arrived on campus.
She is one of the most notorious figures from Scotland’s criminal past, and he is one of the country’s most renowned lawyers of modern times.
The programme for Tumbling Lassie Seminar 3 is being finalised, with a line-up of expert speakers to give insight into disrupting people trafficking networks.
The Faculty has announced a new Fair Instructions Policy, putting robust systems in place to ensure that counsel are instructed solely on the basis of skill, experience and ability.
The lack of legal aid for arbitration has been raised with MSPs by the Vice-Dean of Faculty, Angela Grahame, QC.
Art lovers will have the chance to learn about the Faculty at a special free drop-in event at the Fruitmarket Gallery in Edinburgh.
Family law is heading for “the wilderness of uncertainty” under current Brexit proposals, a senior member of Faculty has told MSPs.
Everything family lawyers need to know about taking cases to appeal will be explored at a seminar by the Advocates’ Family Law Association (AFLA).
A special event to celebrate advocacy and its vital role in Scots law is being lined up by the Faculty for International Women’s Day.