Jacqueline Cook: Will Islands Act live up to lofty aims?

Jacqueline Cook Jacqueline Cook looks at recently passed legislation aiming to promote and prot ...

Published 21 August 2018

Elizabeth Burnley CBE made lay member of Judicial Appointments Board for Scotland

Elizabeth Burnley CBE has been appointed a lay member of the Judicial Appointments Board for Scotlan ...

Published 21 August 2018

Call for applications for Scottish justice fellowships

The Scottish government, the Scottish Centre for Crime and Justice Research (SCCJR) and the Scottish ...

Published 21 August 2018

In pictures: Gilson Gray welcomes interns

Another group of interns arrived this week in Gilson Gray's Glasgow office. Gemma Bryant, Dru ...

Published 21 August 2018

England: Criminal bar urges caution over routine filming of Crown Court trials

The incoming chair of the Criminal Bar Association (CBA) in England and Wales ...

Published 21 August 2018

Shetland briefing session on EU citizens’ rights and Brexit to be held next month

Solicitors and immigration advisors in the Shetlands will have an opportunity to attend a free brief ...

Published 21 August 2018

Strathclyde postgraduate law conference on technological challenges seeks submissions

Submissions are being sought for an upcoming postgraduate law conference at the University of Strath ...

Published 21 August 2018

England: Charges dropped against Hillsborough police chief Sir Norman Bettison

The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) has announced that it has dropped criminal charges aga ...

Published 21 August 2018

'Common tragedy' clause in will nets Oxfam £41 million

A business tycoon who died in a plane crash has reportedly left £41 million to the charity Oxf ...

Published 21 August 2018

And finally... own goal

FIFA has quietly removed "corruption" from its code of ethics as part of its first overhaul since ma ...

Published 21 August 2018