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Van driver fails in appeal against parking charges for parking in private car park

A van driver who received no fewer than 22 penalty charge notices after parking his vehicle in a pri ...

Published 20 July 2018

Glasgow City Integration Joint Board homelessness decision to proceed to judicial review

Mike Dailly Lady Paton has granted permission today for a petition to proceed for judicial revi ...

Published 20 July 2018

Police watchdog whistleblower who raised concerns about misuse of public money wins payout

A police officer who raised concerns about misuse of public money by Police Scotland was unlawfully ...

Published 19 July 2018

UKIPO office ruling another 'strike against the Scottish legal profession'

George Joseph Bell A ruling of the UK Intellectual Property Office has been described as one of ...

Published 19 July 2018

UK’s largest SIPP provider appoints Morton Fraser for Scottish legal advice

Fergus McDiarmid Morton Fraser has been named as a provider of legal services in Scotland for C ...

Published 19 July 2018

Justice council report reveals ongoing work from 'competition law to human trafficking'

Lord Carloway The Scottish Civil Justice Council has published its fifth annual report, which o ...

Published 19 July 2018

SYLA survey seeks reasons for legal brain drain

The Scottish Young Lawyers' Association (SYLA) is calling on practitioners to respond to a ...

Published 19 July 2018

Our Legal Heritage: Chrystal Macmillan

Chrystal Macmillan Annabel Twose of First 100 Years writes about Jessie Chrystal Macmillan ...

Published 19 July 2018

East central Scotland continues to defy UK housing market trends

The Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) latest survey claimed properties are taking longer ...

Published 18 July 2018

Models of devolution subject of Lady Hale Edinburgh speech

Lady Hale The text of Lady Hale's speech delivered in Edinburgh in June has been published. Th ...

Published 18 July 2018

Women launch human rights challenge over ineligibility to inherit Lords seats

Paul Hardy Five women who are the daughters of hereditary peers are taking the UK to the E ...

Published 18 July 2018

FAI delays leaving families in limbo for years while M9 crash remains uninvestigated

Liam McArthur A number of families have been forced to endure waits of up to 1,586 days, more t ...

Published 17 July 2018

Jenny Dickson: Prognosis for industrial diseases bill is uncertain

Jenny Dickson Jenny Dickson discusses the details of a bill that would give ministers the power ...

Published 17 July 2018

Tumbling Lassie to star in three festivals

The Tumbling Lassie, a 17th century girl who has been adopted by a group of advocates to highlight t ...

Published 17 July 2018

Law Society of Scotland signs Brewin Dolphin as wealth management partner

Investment and financial planning firm Brewin Dolphin is to join the Law Society of Scotland’s ...

Published 17 July 2018