The Scottish Affairs Committee launched an inquiry, following up on its inquiry into coronavirus and Scotland. 

The Scottish Law Commission held launched a public consultation on the law reform work that it should carry out in the future, seeking views on which areas of Scots law are most in need of reform.

The Scottish Government issued a consultation on supporting Scotland's recovery from coronavirus.

This consultation sets out the Scottish Government's proposals to improve the way social care is delivered in Scotland, following the recommendations of the Independent Review of Adult Social Care.

We responded to a Scottish Government consultation seeking the views on the Government’s proposals for delivering Anne’s Law in primary legislation, to ensure that people who live in adult care homes have rights to see and spend time with the people who are important to them.

The Scottish Government invited views on the draft aims and principles of an independent public inquiry into the handling of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

The Scottish Parliament’s COVID-19 Committee issued a call for evidence on next steps in 2021 for COVID-19 legislation.

The Scottish Parliament's COVID-19 Committee issued a consultation seeking views on legislation related to COVID-19, including SSI2020/249: The Coronavirus (Scotland) Acts (Early Expiry of Provisions) Regulations 2020 and The Coronavirus (Scotland) Acts (Amendment of Expiry Dates) Regulations 2020.

The Scottish Parliament's Equalities and Human Rights Committee held an inquiry on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on equalities and human rights.

Our Public Policy Committee has submitted comments to the Inquiry by the Services of Lawyers and Lawyer’s Practice (EU Exit) (Scotland) (Amendment etc.) Regulations 2019.

The Scottish Parliament Public Audit and Post-legislative Scrutiny Committee has issued a consultation asking for suggestions of which Act or Acts should be examined by the Committee.

The EU External Affairs Sub-Committee is undertaking a short inquiry into UK sanctions policy after Brexit.

The Scottish Law Commission (SLC) has issued a consultation on their Tenth Programme of Law Reform. The Programme will set out the main areas of law which the SLC intend to review starting in 2018. The SLC will submit the Tenth Programme to Scottish Ministers for approval and laying before the Scottish Parliament.

The UK Government is seeking views on the legal powers needed to continue to be able to impose and implement sanctions upon the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union.