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We have a vacancy for an experienced conveyancing paralegal to join our growing Residential Property department in Edinburgh. Thorntons prides itself on providing excellent customer service to our clients and as a Paralegal you will play a vital role in the client experience. You will work closely w

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The owner of The Willow Tea Rooms has won a trademark dispute over the use of the name, The Herald reports. The tea room was previously housed in a building designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh and is a Glasgow landmark.

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Members of the Scottish Parliament will have a vote on the UK government’s bill to trigger Article 50 on Tuesday 7th February. The news comes as the UK government this week published a white paper on Brexit entitled The United Kingdom's Exit from and New Partnership with the European Union.

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Three complaints by the Crown Office about a TV programme on the Glasgow Bin Lorry crash have been upheld.The BBC Trust upheld complaints about Lies, Laws and the Bin Lorry Tragedy, which was broadcast in 2015.The programme looked at the decision not to prosecute Harry Clarke over the crash in Decem

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Simon Brown Scottish property consultant CKD Galbraith has reported that increased sales activity published by Registers of Scotland has been reflected in the firm’s network of branches across Scotland.

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Anyone who wants to understand modern Russia and the collective sense of humiliation felt by the Russian people should read this powerful collection of interviews, mainly with Sovoks, those Russians brought up in the Soviet era and who lived through the transition of the crumbling one-party state in

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A Scots lawyer who has was found guilty of professional misconduct has failed in an appeal against a decision to strike him off the roll of solicitors. Cameron Fyfe, a former partner at Ross Harper Solicitors, was barred from practising as a solicitor in September 2016 for breaching accounts rules.

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How effectively public sector fraud and error is tackled in Scotland will be examined by the Scottish Parliament’s Public Audit and Post Legislative Scrutiny Committee as it undertakes its first ever piece of post-legislative scrutiny. The committee will focus on the sections of the Criminal Justi

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Mike Dailly Govan Law Centre is sending a team of five legal experts to Dundee tomorrow to provide legal services for tenants who are living in cold, damp homes which are difficult to heat or in need of repair.

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