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Michael Sheridan discusses the use of the Bible as a source of law in our system. The horrific and random consequences of the tragic bin lorry accident in Glasgow might challenge the existence of a loving and just Deity. Further, the massacre in Paris carried out in the name of religion might inclin

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The deans of faculties of procurators from throughout Scotland were guests of the dean of the Faculty of Advocates at a dinner which is believed to be the first event of its kind.

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One of the most outspoken and respected judges in the US has contributed a major essay to our Annual Review 2015 to be published this month. New York judge Jed Rakoff (pictured) examines the development of plea bargaining in a timely reminder of the dangers of the triumph of populism over principle

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The former lord chief justice of England and Wales has said cartoonists should avoid offending Muslims. Lord Woolf (pictured) warned against the consequences of offending Muslims when he said: “By now it must surely be appreciated that depicting the prophet in a derogatory way will case grave offe

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A survey designed to give salaried members of the judiciary in Scotland the opportunity to provide feedback on their views and experiences of serving as a judge has found that almost all judges who have been in their post for at least 5 years (82 per cent) feel working conditions are worse now than

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