Sunday, April 22, 2012

Law Society of Scotland’s 2012 Annual General Meeting set for Perth Concert Hall venue

FEEL like being bored for a few hours, get the chance to participate in dull debates, rigged votes, chants against your least favourite clients & a same sex fling (paid or otherwise) that the wife may eventually find out about ? Well the Law Society of Scotland’s Annual General Meeting is set for Perth Concert Hall on the 31st May.

Annual General Meeting 31 May 2012 Perth Concert Hall
Registration from 9:30 onwards - further information will be sent to all members prior to the AGM.

The Society usually holds an annual general meeting in the spring and a special general meeting in the autumn.

The AGM considers the annual report and the SGM considers the practising certificate fee for Scottish solicitors for the forthcoming year. The Society's corporate plan and budget are also reported at the SGM.

The general meetings are open to all members of the Society. Motions can be raised at the meetings by both the Council of the Society and individual members. The corporate plan for 2011-2012 makes for little more than self preservation of an Edinburgh based bully boy regulator unwanted by the majority of its free thinking members and most of the public.

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