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Frank Mc Auley (convener)Faye Anderson*Helen Cadden*Euan Cameron Leslie Forsyth*Sarah Haig Anne Hastie* John Mulholland Lynn Pilkington*Fergus Thomson Catriona Watt Brian Yates* Samantha Hollywood (secretary) Kenneth Dalling (Convener) Alan Matthew (Vice Convener) Naghat Ahmed* Anne Follin* Alan Fraser* Alastair Graham* Anne Macdonald Robin Macpherson Graham Matthews Vincent Mc Keown* Neil Mc Lauchlan* Margaret Ogilvie* Stuart Naismith Sheila Kirkwood (Secretary) Jane Mac Eachran (Convener) Fiona Allison*David Blair Bernadette Campbell* Chloe Corr*John Logue Prof.
Kenneth Mackinnon* Moira Mac Millan Thomas Muinzer* Dean Purdie Stephaine Switzer*Rachel Wood Rob Marrs (Secretary) Graham Reid (Convener) Helen Cadden* John Dally*Paul Faris* Patricia Gray Lesley Johnson* Ivor Klayman Peter Matthews Grace Mc Gill Dominic Notarangelo*Valerie O’Neill Lesley Reid*Ian Ritchie and Wendy Henderson (Secretaries) Colin Dunipace (Convener) Morris Anderson William Braes* Alistair Christie* Jeremy Clarke*Ralph Coleman* Peter Cross* Nicole Hatch Carolyn Mac Leod Alistair Murdoch Christine Reid* Forbes Watson Ian Ritchie and Wendy Henderson (Secretaries) Jim Stephenson (Convener) Ben Christman*Malcolm Combe Christina Cummings*Louise Johnston* Martin Jones*Fraser Latta Arlene Mc Daid Hayley Mullen Sheekha Saha Susan Sutherland*Robert Sutherland* Andrew Alexander (Secretary) Jim Stephenson (Convener)Fiona Allison*David Blair Bernadette Campbell* Chloe Corr*John Logue Prof.
There are five grounds for appeal: a) the original decision was based on a misunderstanding of the facts b) evidence, which could not reasonably have been made available at the time of the original decision, is now available c) the original decision contains an error in applying the law, the rules or the regulations d) there has been a fundamental procedural irregularity in the way in which your case was handled or the original decision made e) there was a failure to provide you with adequate reasoning of the original decision The Appeals Committee will either: Appeals are usually considered on the basis of written information only and you should not expect to appear in person.
View a diagram of our governance and committee structure The Regulatory Committee was created by the Legal Services (Scotland) Act 2010.
It is a committee of the Council of the Law Society but it acts independently.
These operate under a schedule of delegated powers from the Regulatory Committee.
Some of those delegated powers are further delegated from the sub-committees to members of the executive.