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Mon, 15 May



Regulation by SLCC and LSS and how best to avoid Complaints.

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Regulation by SLCC and LSS   and how best to avoid Complaints.

Time & Location

15 May, 17:30 – 19:00

Glasgow, 12 Nelson Mandela Pl, Glasgow G2 1BT, UK

About the event

• A brief introduction to the regulatory landscape for the Legal Profession in Scotland

           - The Roberton Report 

           - The Regulatory Role of the SLCC, the Law Society and the Lord President 

           - The objectives of an effective regulatory system 


• The difficulties faced by Practitioners 

           - Macdonald v HMA and other recent cases 

           - The Scottish Executive Paper on “Redressing the balance of cross examination on rape and sexual offences trials” 

           - Solicitors Correspondence and  Social Media


• Cases before the Scottish Solicitors Discipline Tribunal

           - Lesson for a West Country Solicitor following correspondence with the Solicitors Regulation Authority 


• A personal view on how best to avoid complaints:  duties to clients, to court, to third parties, and professional judgment. 

Speaker: Bill Macreath is Chairman of Levy & McRae, Glasgow and Chairman of the Legal Defence Union.  





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