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Andrew Smith QC The landmark judgment by the Supreme Court on informed consent to medical treatment has been explored in an article by the Faculty of Advocates’ Andrew Smith QC, in the prestigious BJOG International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology.

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A resident of the Short Strand area of Belfast has succeeded in their appeal against the Chief Constable of Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) after Justices in the Supreme Court unanimously ruled that the PSNI misconstrued their legal powers to stop parades passing through or adjacent to the

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Mooters from around the world will descend on Edinburgh Law School on 11 and 12 March for the 6th Willem Vis International Commercial Arbitration Pre-Moot – a competition that combines international commercial arbitration with substantive law on international sale of goods.

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A drug dealer who was sentenced to 12 months’ imprisonment and ordered to forfeit his vehicle after admitting being concerned in the supply of ecstasy has successfully appealed against the forfeiture of the car described as his “pride and joy”. The Criminal Appeal Court ruled that the sheriff

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Entries for the Scottish Paralegal Association "paralegal of the year" award are still open. Applications will be accepted until 28 February, 2017.

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Organisers of Saturday's Tumbling Lassie events had their efforts rewarded with a well attended day-time seminar on people trafficking and a sell-out attendance at the Tumbling Lassie Ball on Saturday night. Speakers at the Tumbling Lassie Seminar, which was sponsored by the Faculty of Advocates, in

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Pictured (l-r): Angela McMahon, Janette Kenny and Emma Berwick Morisons Solicitors has strengthened its Edinburgh and Glasgow offices with a trio of new appointments.

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