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Community Justice Bill given final approval

Reform creates combination of national and local approaches

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Healthcare whistleblower should have teeth, Society states

Response calls for power to compel action

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Holyrood committee calls for balance in market with LBTT surcharge

Report emphasises interests of tenants and builders as well as FTBs

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SYLA announces "Women in Law" lineup

Five-strong panel for 7 March event

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Angus growers cleared to sue ministers over aid withdrawal

"Incoherent and inconsistent" agency approach met state liability test

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The Law Society of Scotland now has purpose-built offices that provide all the facilities a modern organisation needs. But what does it mean for the Society, and the members who support it?

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