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If corroboration goes, not proven verdict should follow: Faculty

Advocates submit response to Bonomy corroboration proposals

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Holyrood to gain control of income tax under Smith proposals

Tax rates and bands, and some welfare powers, included in package

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Crofting community right to buy still too complex, Society claims

Written evidence argues bill could do more to simplify

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Morisons appoints business team associate

IP lawyer Victoria Moore joins from Brodies

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26 Nov 14

Sturgeon's first bill programme unveiled

Full programme promised for 2014-15 session

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A tale of two systems

Retiring as Professor of Conveyancing at the University of Glasgow, Robert Rennie reflects for the Journal on the vast changes in law and practice over his working life, many of which he helped to shape

The price of probity

In what circumstances is a solicitor liable to the party on the other side of a transaction for failing to disclose a client’s fraud? The Inner House recently decided a case on this point

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Another Update conference dedicated to sole and high street practitioners took place this autumn. We select some of the highlights from a full day

Into the unknown

Since he sold his practice, the author's career journey has taught him important lessons about the digital age and the health of the profession

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