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Photo: (L-R back) Duncan Mackinnon, Derek Petrie, Chris Todd, Derek Duncan, Ian Beattie (L-R front) Maureen Collison, Jennifer Gallagher, Angela Morrison, Alasdair Cummings Lindsays has launched its new brand across Tayside – RSB Lindsays – following the completion of its merger with RSB Macdona

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The Data Protection Defence Team from bto solicitors (Paul Motion, Lindsay Urquhart and Laura Irvine) has been selected to provide data protection training to Fife Council following a competitive tender process. The tender specified a requirement to train council staff handling sensitive personal da

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A recently-established organisation aimed at improving access to justice for women in Scotland is the latest body to form a link with the Faculty of Advocates' pro bono service. The Scottish Women's Rights Centre (SWRC) has joined a list of 30 partner agencies accredited by the Free Legal Services U

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The Law Society of Scotland has responded to the UK government's proposals on English votes for English laws – a change which would see English and in some instances Welsh MPs given a veto over laws in the House of Commons which do not apply in Scotland.

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The UK government's intelligence agency GCHQ illegally spied on Amnesty International a tribunal which deals with complaints about the security services has said. Amnesty confirmed that the Investigatory Powers Tribunal (IPT) sent it an email correcting a previous judgment which provided that GCHQ h

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The annual University of Aberdeen prize for "Best Intellectual Property Law" related dissertation, sponsored by Cloch Solicitors, was secured by undergraduate law student James Field this month for his critical analysis of “The Patentability of Human Embryonic Stem Cell-Based Inventions in the Eur

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The Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales has backed calls for the abolition of the dock as part of an attempt to modernise the court system. Lord Thomas of Cwymgiedd lent his support to the new report by all-party human rights group Justice argues the dock should be removed and that defendants sh

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A 47-year old man accused of murdering Surjit Singh Chhokar in 1998 will stand trial at the High Court in Glasgow next February. Ronnie Coulter from Wishaw has denied accusations that he killed the 32-year old waiter with a knife in Overtown, North Lanarkshire, while acting with two other men.

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