14 Dec 17
Criminal lawyer who turned to crime fiction after retirement
Deputy President one of three posts to fall vacant in next year
Society intervenes after inspection of Matthew Cohen & Associates
One year limitation and express public interest defence among reforms
13 Dec 17
Popular misconceptions targeted with new web page
Equality: is it practised?
Spending means savings: legal aid study
Alcohol pricing: a measured response?
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25 Jan 18
Insurance Directive and anti-money laundering rules to consider
29 Jan 18
EHRC/Michael Rubenstein annual review
Reported experience of sexual harassment adds a further dimension to this year’s Journal employment survey, which also reveals pay and career trends and latest views of the economic outlook
What does the Supreme Court decision on alcohol minimum pricing tell us about how the courts will review the legality of devolved legislation? The authors consider the effects of the ruling
A new form of private residential tenancy is now in force in Scotland, replacing the familiar types for all new tenancies. This feature outlines the main features of the legislation and its aims
Each £1 spent on legal aid has a positive impact on society, bringing a substantially greater return to individuals and public services, independent research for the Law Society of Scotland has found
With levels of personal debt reaching pre-credit crunch levels and money advice services facing further funding cuts, is it too late for transformative change in support for such agencies?
The “rebellious lawyering” movement has just held its first Scottish conference. What is it, and does it concern you? The organisers explain why it might well