Faculty of Advocates
A case can be made for allowing all prisoners to vote in elections in Scotland, including any future referendum, the Faculty of Advocates has suggested.
Published 8 March 2019
Eighteen members of the Faculty of Advocates have gone through intensive training and emerged as Fellows of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators.
Published 4 March 2019
Advances in technology used in automated vehicles could make it impossible to identify the cause of accidents involving them, the Faculty of Advocates has suggested.
Published 22 February 2019
A new system of instructing second post-mortem examinations of homicide victims has been put forward by the Faculty of Advocates, in an attempt to ease the grief of bereaved families.
Published 20 February 2019
A planned new piece of Scottish land law could be made more user-friendly, the Faculty of Advocates has suggested.
Published 15 February 2019
Two innovative US judges will give insights into their approach to justice at a special Faculty of Advocates event.
Published 5 February 2019
The Faculty of Advocates has voiced concern at part of the Scottish government's planned approach to the regulation of success fee agreements.
Published 30 January 2019
A new exhibition in the members' reading room at the Faculty of Advocates explores the connection between the Faculty, Bob Dylan and a 17th century Scottish ballad.
Published 28 January 2019
Expert analysis of key Brexit litigation proved a big success at a special event by the Faculty of Advocates and the European Circuit.
Published 25 January 2019
A senior member of the Faculty of Advocates will be joining a television star as leading characters at a Burns Supper.
Published 22 January 2019