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UK government rejects direct jurisdiction of ECJ

Critics say European judges will have some role post-Brexit

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Law Society of Scotland publishes ‘Who is your client?’ advice for in-house lawyers

New guidelines provide help for in-house solicitors

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UK sets out Brexit cross-border plan

Positioning paper on disputes calls for close cooperation

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22 Aug 17

Sheldon appointed to Scottish Legal Aid Board

New Faculty Member brings wide experience to role

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Stronachs appoint Taylor

Tax Manager joins from Burness Paull

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European Union Bill

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Playing for high stakes

Fundamental constitutional issues are raised in the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill. The Journal offers an introduction to its key provisions, and some of the main issues highlighted by analysts

Lawyers at bay

The High Court has issued directions on taking the evidence of a vulnerable witness, with a view to ending traditional examination and cross-examination. What does it mean for trial practice?

The Power of Numbers

Solicitors are not always at home with figures, but there are ways to use them to understand what works in bringing business to your practice – and working better

Keeping regulators right

Can a professional regulator correct a decision in circumstances where the basis for that decision has been held to be wrong in law? In Law Society of Scotland v SLCC the Inner House provided guidance

Public benefit

“For the greater good” was the motivation of many lawyers choosing the profession. Now the Society’s annual conference seeks to re-energise that desire, with that theme running through the day

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