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The SLCC has demonstrated its commitment to action on climate change and joined WWF Scotland for the planet’s biggest environmental event.
SLCC sets out recommendations to legal services review: responsive and proportionate regulation framework needed to protect consumers
The independent body for complaints about the legal profession has called for radical reform of the regulatory and complaints landscape in Scotland. The Scottish Legal Complaints Commission (SLCC) is encouraging the independent review of legal services regulation to set a clear single aim for future policy and legislative work: a new system that delivers better outcomes for consumers and the legal market.
Yellow tablecloths and champagne mimosas - how will you be celebrating international women's day? We think about what women's day means for for our workplace and the work we do.
As part of its annual budget consultation, the Scottish Legal Complaints Commission - Scotland’s independent body for complaints about lawyers - has called on members of the public, and legal professionals, to join the discussion about who should pay for the increasing cost of complaints about lawyers. It is also consulting on how that funding should be arranged, following the Law Society of Scotland’s authorisation as an ‘Approved Regulator’ of new business models allowing non-solicitor ownership.
A new Chair and a new member of the SLCC board have been announced by the Minister for Community Safety and Legal Affairs, Annabella Ewing. Both individuals join the majority of non-lawyer members on the SLCC’s Board.