The Law Society of Scotland is the professional body for Scotland’s 12,000 solicitors. We regulate and represent all practising solicitors in Scotland and also have an important duty towards the public interest.
We rely enormously on our committees to consider everything from access to justice to rights of audience, from reforming our laws to regulating our profession. The decisions made affect each and every one of us.
Our committees are made up of both solicitors and non-solicitors. Committee membership is as diverse as the subject matter covered and membership is demanding but rewarding. This month there is an wide range of committees for non-solicitors to join - a total of 9.
We currently have vacancies on the following committees
Travel expenses are paid to all committee and subcommittee members. Meetings are held in the Society’s offices in Edinburgh.
Applications close on Wednesday 27 November 2019 at 1700.
For more details and please visit – lawscot.org.uk/about-us/work-with-us/current-vacancies/committee-vacancies