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A Scottish law firm has been shortlisted for a national award for its work on a campaign which capitalised on opportunities to market property ahead of the changes in stamp duty tax.

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Dominic Grieve QC MP The European Convention on Human Rights is "arguably the single most important legal and political instrument for promoting human rights on our planet", former Attorney General Dominic Grieve QC MP told an audience in Edinburgh yesterday.

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The European Court of Human Rights has elected Guido Raimondi from Italy as its new President. He will take office on 1st November 2015. The President was elected by secret ballot by the plenary Court.

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The Judicial Conduct Investigations Office (JCIO) is looking into the conduct of a High Court judge who heard a case involving British Airways a fortnight after the airline lost his luggage. Justice Peter Smith excused himself from a major case involving the airline in July after he repeatedly asked

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Proposed legislation that aims to provide better support to Scotland’s carers has been backed by theHealth and Sport Committee. However, MSPs are calling for the Scottish government to address a number of concerns.

18496-18510 of 20208 Articles