16 Feb 18
Communications being intercepted and bank details changed
15 Feb 18
New system provides 'an important step on journey to electronic case handling'
14 Feb 18
Firm takes a short hop across St Vincent Street
Alasdair Allan looks for confirmation of safeguarding
13 Feb 18
Taking part can help 'bring firms' financial data to life'
"One lifetime is not enough"
Equality in service
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20 Feb 18
Law Society of Scotland CPD & Training
21 Feb 18
Scottish Young Lawyers' Association careers event
Having retired from the University of Edinburgh, George Gretton tells of his passion for the law, his belief in the Scottish system and his admiration for those who work with real-life legal problems
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Equality duties do not only apply to solicitors as employers: all who provide a service to the public owe duties, breach of which could found a discrimination claim. Are you doing enough to meet them?
The Scottish Law Commission has published its Report on Moveable Transactions, the emphasis of which is to enable businesses to raise finance against their assets more easily. What does it recommend?
A defence solicitor explains how cases in which an accused may have statutory protection as a victim of human trafficking or exploitation may arise in an unexpected context
Scots contract law is changing rapidly, and further reforms are on the way. This article outlines some key developments to keep up with