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Ministers launch legal services review for Scotland

Chair of NHS 24 to lead 15 month independent study

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COPFS "just about managing", Holyrood committee reports

Prosecution service inquiry calls for improvements in key areas

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Lord Jones' widow in fundraising memorial walk

Care services to benefit from 117 mile effort

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Alan Summers QC installed as senator

Lord President welcomes new judge to bench

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24 Apr 17

GCC President Neil Amner joins Anderson Strathern

Transport and infrastructure specialist takes up firm-wide role

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