Archive for the Scotland Category

A brief history of the legal system in Scotland

Posted in General, Scotland with tags , , on July 22, 2011 by ewansheriff

“The legal process found in Scotland has a complicated history which had seen it stem via unique roots, and irrespective of modern alignment with European Law, continues a little of this unique individuality even now. During this brief article Scottish solicitor Ewan Sheriff goes into Scottish Law as well as the path it has undertaken to arrive where it actually is in the present day..”

You can read the whole story of Scots Law here  (link opens in a new window)

The Law Society of Scotland

Posted in Ewan Sheriff, General, Scotland with tags , , on April 11, 2011 by ewansheriff

The Law Society of Scotland was established in 1949 by the Legal Aid & solicitors (Scotland) Act. Ewan is a ong standing member of the society, who can now be proud of over 15 very successful years practicing in Scotland. The society is the governing body for Scottish solicitors, and also looks out for the interests of the Scottish public in relation to that profession. All solicitors practicing in Scotland are required to be registered with the society, which is currently based in the city of Edinburgh.

You can read a short article about the society here

Scottish Law Society

Posted in Ewan Sheriff, Scotland with tags , , on October 5, 2010 by ewansheriff

I recently got a mention in a small article about The Law Society of Scotland (I am a long standing member). Here’s an extract;

The Law Society of Scotland was established in 1949 by the Legal Aid & solicitors (Scotland) Act. The society is the governing body for Scottish solicitors, and also looks out for the interests of the Scottish public in relation to that profession. All solicitors practicing in Scotland are required to be registered with the society, which is currently based in the city of Edinburgh.”

You can read the full piece here : Ewan Sheriff & The Law Society