Back to top
LATEST NEWS

22 May 15

Stability, not intention, key to habitual residence, Supreme Court rules

Judges uphold Inner House in refusing to return child to France

Read more

22 May 15

Blackadders secures third merger in a year

Arbroath's Marjory MacDonald to join forces with Tayside practice

Read more

22 May 15

Ministers to research tied pubs ahead of legislation decision

Study will consider whether reform needed as in England & Wales

Read more

22 May 15

Way must be found to protect refugees, says Dean

Lord Advocate also addresses conference on defence to false identity

Read more

21 May 15

Online voting boosts Society Council turnout

Six new faces among 10 successful candidates

Read more

Video exclusives

Christine McLintock

Smart Card Law Soc - PC RENEWAL 2015 (link opens in new window)

ARTICLES

When sharing matters

Game of strategies

Broken promises

Popular Features

When sharing matters

What took place at the Glasgow 2015 Commonwealth Law Conference, and what may be its impact going forward? The editor reports on an impressive gathering that did Scotland proud

Game of strategies

A team player, an organisation person: incoming President Christine McLintock wants to combine her experience with her passion for the profession to further raise the Society's game, she tells the Journal

Broken promises

The UK Supreme Court decision in RBS v Carlyle is the first at appeal level to recognise a pre-crash lending commitment by a bank that was not given in writing. Is it unique to its facts?

Charity legacies: the 10% conundrum

How should a will be drafted so as to take advantage of the reduced IHT rate on a 10% bequest to charity, and what practical considerations arise?

More features