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From the archives - January 2000

Preparing for the Human Rights Act

Some suggested preparations for public authorities ahead of the Human Rights Act coming into force

Lockerbie trial: telling it like it is

Possible problems for the Scottish justice system in the media coverage of the Lockerbie case

Jumping the gun

Counsel for the Trident protesters takes issue with previous article by Professor Rebecca Wallace following the sheriff's decision in the case against the protesters (and see reply, Vol.45 Iss.2, page

Assessing your risk awareness

The start of a new year is as good a time as any to resolve to make changes that will improve risk management and also improve the quality of working life

Interview: Graham Johnston

Interview with a sheriff with a mission to modernise family hearings

Civil law update of recent decisions

Latest civil cases, including title to sue; inhibition; craves; options hearings; decrees; appeals; family actions; expenses

Managing clients and time

The apparent conflict between being client focused and managing our time effectively

EU funding opportunities for solicitors

EU update on funding opportunities, and various other matters

For whom the doorbell tolls

A case study of a practice succeeding in making conveyancing work more profitable