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Balfour+Manson promotes youth

Two appointed to associate level

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16 Aug 18

Court of Session rules abortion pills can still be taken at home

Lady Wise rejects arguments of Society for the Protection of Unborn Children

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16 Aug 18

New legal power proposed to tackle vacant and derelict land

Scottish Land Commission report suggests compulsory sales order for planning authorities

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16 Aug 18

Livingstone appointed chief constable

Decision follows a “rigorous and robust selection process”

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16 Aug 18

Scullion LAW appoints two new directors

Buchanan and Scullion move up

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Good on paper?

The Prime Minister’s Brexit white paper has provoked a political storm in the UK, but what issues does it raise for the EU? Our feature considers the main points of contention, at home and abroad

When 1 + 1 = 3

The author, a keynote speaker at this year’s Law Society of Scotland conference, found in research that law firms need to break out of practice “silos” to maximise client retention – and revenue

Voice of the child

Following the consultation on the regulation of disputes concerning a child, the author describes her research into the effectiveness of different methods of hearing children’s views in court

Curators ad litem: who pays, and for what?

An Edinburgh case regarding the fees of curators ad litem in child cases has led to proposals that could be considered in other sheriff courts

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