The Scottish Legal Complaints Commission (SLCC) has reported on its latest audit of the Faculty of Advocates conduct complaints handling processes. The report made six recommendations.
Published 3 July 2019
The newest members of Ampersand Advocates, Shane Dundas and Michael Way, were the winners of an inaugural moot between Scottish devils and Northern Ireland pupil barristers held in Court 9 of the Court of Session on Friday.
Published 25 June 2019
A member of the Faculty of Advocates has been named on a list of Lawyers Who Are Changing the World For the Better 2019.
Published 29 May 2019
Members of the Faculty of Advocates Choir will share the stage with some inspirational singers at a fundraising concert in Dublin.
Published 21 May 2019
A member of the Faculty of Advocates has hit a six in the world of cricket umpiring.
Published 17 May 2019
New rights should be given to cohabitants to inherit from a deceased partner who leaves no will, the Faculty of Advocates has suggested.
Published 16 May 2019
Students and school pupils attended the Faculty of Advocates' Open Day this week. They are pictured above listening to opening remarks from Clerk of Faculty, Richard Pugh.
Published 8 May 2019
From Belfast, from Dublin and from London – barristers and judges are heading to Edinburgh as the Faculty of Advocates hosts one of the most eagerly-awaited events in the legal calendar.
Published 7 May 2019
Plans for a major overhaul of the rules governing immigration have been given strong support by the Faculty of Advocates, although it fears the financial cost may be greater than anticipated.
Published 1 May 2019
Six European countries are represented among young lawyers who have arrived at the Faculty of Advocates for the 2019 Eurodevils programme.
Published 15 April 2019
A new Clerk of the Faculty of Advocates, Richard Pugh, has been elected in a seven-way contest.
Published 3 April 2019
Bookings are being taken for the Faculty of Advocates’ 12th World Intellectual Property Day Conference, which is expected once again to attract a full house.
Published 2 April 2019
The voices of victims and their families should be heard at prisoners’ parole hearings, but only to a limited extent, the Faculty of Advocates has suggested.
Published 1 April 2019
A senior criminal practitioner will be a Faculty representative on a new panel looking at the way sexual offence cases are dealt with in the courts.
Published 26 March 2019
A stimulating and entertaining talk by Lady Wolffe to mark International Women’s Day (IWD) ended with a hope that such days could soon be consigned to history.
Published 11 March 2019