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Work shadowing scheme opens to let lawyers see inside judicial role

Solicitors and advocates allowed up to three days' observation

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Anti-Catholic and bus ticket messages help define public order crime

One conviction upheld, one reversed by Sheriff Appeal Court

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Fiscal to become SFA's compliance officer

Clare Whyte succeeds Tony McGlennan in football role

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Lindsays hires Glasgow corporate partner

Ian Mitchell joins from Shepherd & Wedderburn

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Balfour+Manson promotes youth

Two appointed to associate level

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Good on paper?

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