Alistair Morris, President, The Law Society of Scotland
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Top litigator Mark Stephens interviews on the quest for justice, great minds and the Commonwealth Law Conference
Is the CJEU decision in Google Spain properly described as allowing a "right to be forgotten"?
Scottish Law Commission Chairman Lord Pentland on the factors that will shape the Commission's ninth programme
How the new national planning policy attempts to balance the competing interests regarding wind energy
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Interview with Mark Stephens, one of the UK's most colourful litigators and President of the Commonwealth Lawyers Association, the body behind Glasgow CLC2015
The CJEU's decision in the Google Spain case has been popularly labelled the "right to be forgotten". To what extent is this accurate?
Extended cooling-off period and prescriptive information requirements may apply when retaining private clients – do you know the new rules?
With the Scottish Law Commission currently running a consultation on what to include in its ninth programme of law reform, chairman Lord Pentland tells of the factors shaping its priorities
With further onshore wind development becoming a contentious matter, how do the Scottish Government's new planning policy documents attempt to balance the competing interests?