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United Employment Lawyers network expands south

Scottish venture moves into England & Wales

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Prisoners' solitary confinement not properly authorised: Supreme Court

Rules required confirmation by officials independent of prison

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Moorov corroboration rejected over alleged nephew and niece offences

No case to answer as judge rules no underlying similarity of conduct

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28 Jul 15

House prices down on quarter but up on year, Registers report

Figures for Q1 2015-16 show post-LBTT rebalancing

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28 Jul 15

Provisional damages offer is admission of liability, court rules

Defenders not entitled to reserve right to proof on liability

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Farewell Brussels?

With an in/out EU referendum now in prospect, how would a vote to leave affect legal practice in the UK? The authors suggest that EU law would continue to have a big impact in many key sectors

Mind games

The Scotland Bill devolves much more flexible powers over income tax to the Scottish Parliament, but with them many new complications for taxpayers and their advisers

Justifying discrimination

Analysis of how the UK Supreme Court held the benefits cap compatible with the European Convention on Human Rights, though a majority held it contrary to the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child

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Several dozen Scottish solicitors have found new careers in Australia. Many still value their Scottish qualification. Four of them told the Journal how their lives took such a turn

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