The Scottish Law Agents Society and The Royal Faculty of Procurators present a one-day session comprehensively covering both traditional and contemporary aspects of this fundamental skill and core field of professional practice.
Call for evidence on the Tribunals (Scotland) Bill
The Scottish Parliament is seeking views on the general principles of setting up a Scottish Tribunals Service and members are invited to study this request by following the link below:
We have managed to tame the survey monkey unleashed by the Law Society and we attach below the text of our response to the survey on Separate Representation. We have to confess that this took out an inordinate amount of a professional, business day and we suspect that, while many practitioners...
More Law Agents than ever before are using social media for their practices. Yet there are many in Scotland who have yet to fully embrace social networking platforms such as LinkedIn, Twitter or Google+ and even more who have still to use them effectively.
The SLAS in tray has been busier of late than it has been for sometime previously. I will endeavour to report this in greater detail in the March Gazette which should arrive towards the end of the month or possibly a day or two into April. This was to enable matters arising from the Law...
We had previously understood that there was consensus around the Law Society and SLAS members concerned with this aspect of business that we should now move toward separate representation of borrowers and lenders in terms of the motion which will call at the AGM later this week.
Members will be aware that we seldom publish correspondence from the membership or from the wider profession in our quarterly Gazette. This is not to say that we do not receive significant comment from our membership, there is, however, a general reluctance for matters to be published.