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A first sortie into Scotland by a charity which helps teenagers explore unexpected career paths has been voted a success, with special praise for the Faculty of Advocates. Through the Looking Glass was founded in London in 2012 by a City lawyer, Lesley Wan, and provides gifted young students from le

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Prisoners who study hard while in jail could be allowed to leave early the Justice Secretary, Michael Gove has suggested. He has asked his department to look into an “earned release” system which would probably apply to the majority of the 86,000 prisoners serving fixed-term sentences and who ar

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The owner of a Staffordshire cross Labrador who was found guilty under dangerous dogs legislation after her pet attacked her next door neighbour has failed in an appeal against conviction. Pauline Reid claimed that there was “insufficient corroborated evidence” that there were grounds for “a r

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A conference examining the impact of new reforms on Scotland's courts, tribunals and procedures is taking place in Glasgow on 24 August 2015. The Conference on the Civil Court Reforms in Scotland is being hosted by the University of Strathclyde and welcomes distinguished speakers from England as wel

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Michael Collins bto solicitors has announced that senior solicitor Michael Collins has been admitted as a solicitor advocate.

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