Name: James Wolfe
Position: Lord Advocate
Date on which initial statement lodged: 27 June 2016
All MSPs and Law Officers are required to provide details of their interests under the Interests of Members of the Scottish Parliament Act 2006 (asp 12). The Register of Interests of Members of the Scottish Parliament lists details of interests registered under categories such as remuneration, heritable property and gifts. More information about the exact nature of information required under each category of interest can be found at Volume 2: sections 1 and 2 of the Code of Conduct for Members of the Scottish Parliament.
Information on the exact nature of the requirement under each category can be found in the Interests of Members of the Scottish Parliament Act 2006.
Remuneration and related undertaking: I expect to receive a total of between £65,001 and £70,000 in the 2016-17 tax year in outstanding fees for work undertaken as a self-employed Advocate (of Advocate’s Library, Parliament House, Edinburgh, EH1 1RF) prior to my appointment as Lord Advocate. I am now a non-practising Advocate.
Gifts: No registrable interests
Overseas visits: No registrable interests
Controlled transactions: No registrable interests
Heritable property: No registrable interests
Interest in shares: No registrable interests
Voluntary: No registrable interests