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Location : Glasgow
Registration date : 2008-09-03

PostSubject: Faculty of Advocates   Wed Sep 03, 2008 9:48 pm

The site provides access to a range of information in relation to the Faculty of Advocates, its members and the services they provide, including up-to-date stable listings and contact details for Advocates Clerks and deputies, an on-line version of the Faculty Directory and information to assist practitioners involved in, or considering, Direct Professional Access.

The Faculty of Advocates is a body of independent lawyers who have been admitted to practise as Advocates before the Courts of Scotland. Faculty records date as far back as 1532 when the College of Justice was established by an Act of the Scottish Parliament, though its origins are believed to predate that event.
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