The new headline style is in keeping with the direction the paper is heading.
This is the new headline style:
Clearly the story below the headline is supposed to SHOCK! The horror! The horror!
In this case the headline is misleading, because a headline that tells us a lawyer has been suspended would suggest the lawyer's been struck off or been subject to disciplinary proceedings.
In this case the lawyer concerned has been suspended from a list of legal aid lawyers. That means she's not able to claim legal aid for her clients. It's serious for her, as it appears most of her income is legal aid related. But it's not a disciplinary proceeding.
Still, the Herald has not of late been well disposed towards lawyers, especially those working in the legal aid area. So it's no surprise to see this kind of treatment.
I don't know anything about the story, although I vaguely know the lawyer at the centre of the story (I worked with her many years ago). But the headline misleads.