Office of the Advocate General for Scotland
Her Majesty's Advocate General for Scotland is one of the Law Officers of the Crown, whose duty it is to advise the Crown and Her Majesty's Government on Scots law. The Office of the Advocate General for Scotland is a ministerial department of the United Kingdom government. The position is currently held by The Lord Keen of Elie QC, who is the first Conservative Advocate General.
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Ministers and senior civil servants
OAGS met Mandate Scotland to discuss Leading round-table discussion on Coalition policies.
OAGS met Law Society of Scotland for discussion of Scottish Legal Matters.
OAGS met Scottish Trades Union Congress for discussion on Implementation of Calman proposals.
OAGS met Mackay Hannay to discuss general discussion and request to speak at Conference.
OAGS met Iain Gray, MSP for general meeting.
- 1. Wikipedia. Advocate General for Scotland
- 2. Office of the Advocate General for Scotland. Ministerial meetings with outside interests, 13 May - 31 Jul 2010
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