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Morton Fraser becomes provider to UK's largest SIPP firm

Firm appointed by Curtis Banks

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18 Jul 18

Scullion LAW appoints Higson as Associate Director

Experienced family law practitioner joins Hamilton-based firm

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17 Jul 18

Speakers to bring Brexit dimension to Law Society of Scotland annual conference

Impact of leaving EU to be put under the spotlight

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16 Jul 18

Law Society of Scotland signs Brewin Dolphin as wealth management partner

Firm to provide support for solicitors

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16 Jul 18

Faculty revises deadline for scholarship applications

Intending 2019 devils must apply by 31 August

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250 and counting


Recovery of electronic documents: time for guidance?


The perils of parking

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250 and counting

His firm is marking 250 years, but Shepherd and Wedderburn’s chief executive Stephen Gibb knows that what comes next is what really matters. He tells the Journal how he sees the changing market

Keynote legal excellence

An impressive lineup of keynote speakers will appear at this year’s Leading Legal Excellence, the Society’s annual conference – headed by the President of the UK Supreme Court

Strategic thinking?

An open letter to Martyn Evans, of the independent strategic review of legal aid, challenges the reasoning behind the conclusion that there was no evidence to justify a general increase in fees

Recovery of electronic documents: time for guidance?

This follow-up to the Commercial Court Conference 2018 (an edited version) argues that there is a need for guidance dealing specifically with recovery of electronic documents in commercial actions

The perils of parking

Although in ParkingEye the Supreme Court set tests for the recovery of parking penalty charges, subsequent lower-court decisions appear to have significantly widened the rights of parking operators

Judicial appointments: the concerns remain

Did the chair of the Judicial Appointments Board for Scotland make a convincing case for the Board’s selection processes in her Journal interview last month? One solicitor thinks not

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