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Ten solicitors struck off in Scotland last year

Ten solicitors were struck off from the profession last year, the latest annual report from the Scot ...

Published 18 April 2018

Simon Allison crowned Lawyer of the Year at Scottish Legal Awards 2018

Blackadders' Simon Allison has been named Lawyer of the Year at this year's Scottish Legal Awards. ...

Published 16 March 2018

Blog: 'Smash and Grab' adjudications - too good to be ‘true’?

Ross Cameron Ross Cameron looks at whether a recent English case could curb "smash and grab" adjudi ...

Published 9 March 2018

Gun owner wins appeal against decision to revoke firearms licence over ‘association’ with convict son

A gun owner whose firearms certificate was revoked because his son is a convicted drug dealer has su ...

Published 7 March 2018

Saudi Arabia: Rate of executions double following appointment of Mohammed bin Salman

Maya Foa New analysis of executions in Saudi Arabia by Reprieve shows that since Mohammed bin Salma ...

Published 7 March 2018

'Leveson 2' scrapped as government accused of waiting for 'fuss to die down'

Matt Hancock Plans for another public inquiry into the conduct of the press have been abandoned by ...

Published 2 March 2018

Struck-off solicitor Cameron Fyfe launches claims company

Cameron Fyfe Cameron Fyfe, who was struck off the roll of solicitors in September 2016 for breaches ...

Published 9 February 2018

TLT appoints John Paul Sheridan as head in Scotland

John Paul Sheridan TLT has appointed disputes partner John Paul Sheridan as its new head in Scotlan ...

Published 8 February 2018

New head of trade marks for Cameron Intellectual Property Ltd

Meena Murrin Cameron Intellectual Property Ltd has announced the expansion of its boutique IP servi ...

Published 1 February 2018

Blog: Should the LGBT community be required to bear the burden of Brexit?

Jonathan Cooper OBE Barrister Jonathan Cooper OBE of Doughty Street Chambers looks at the protecti ...

Published 30 January 2018

Auld acquaintance

Robert Burns Robert Burns found his friendship with Writer to the Signet Robert Ainslie to be "almo ...

Published 25 January 2018

UK government cannot rely on blanket ban to deny drone strike FOI requests

Jeremy Wright QC The UK government cannot rely on a blanket ban, on grounds of national security, t ...

Published 4 January 2018

Murderer’s ‘third party provocation’ defence rejected by appeal judges

A man found guilty of murder who claimed that he acted in “self-defence” of a friend who he fear ...

Published 10 November 2017

Solicitor appointments at Raeburn Christie Clark & Wallace

Pictured (L-R): Cameron Milne and Aaron Doran Raeburn Christie Clark & Wallace (RCC&W ...

Published 23 October 2017

Lisa Henderson QC addresses Aberdeen matriculation dinner

Lisa Henderson QC addressed students and faculty as the main speaker at University of Aberdeen's 2 ...

Published 16 October 2017