Mandy Haeburn-Little Landlords and letting agents are being urged to watch out for trafficked tenants.
Michael Matheson The Police Investigations and Review Commissioner (PIRC) was not informed about a change in the gathering of operational statements until it was announced in the Scottish Parliament, it has emerged.
Bill Meldrum Murray Beith Murray has announced the appointment of Bill Meldrum as a senior associate within the Edinburgh-based law firm with a remit to develop the firm's commercial property services.
Jonathan Smithers Employment tribunal fees have undermined access to justice, the Law Society of England and Wales said on the two-year anniversary of their introduction.
Professor Nic Daéid The field of forensic science is "in crisis", partly due to underfunding, and could be undermining the justice system, an academic has warned.
‘Mutual corroboration’ could not be applied in case of uncle accused of sexually abusing niece and nephew
A man accused of sexually abusing his niece and nephew has been acquitted after a judge upheld a “no case to answer” submission. Lord Uist ruled that the “Moorov” doctrine could not be applied to corroborate the conduct libelled in the two charges.
Professor Robert Black QC Figures closely linked to the Lockerbie bombing and the subsequent investigation and trial are among those who have been sentenced to death in Libya.
Chris Harte Morton Fraser has been appointed to the four-year framework panel to provide legal services to the Scottish government.
Ann Henderson More than three-quarters of people in Scotland support legal access to abortion, according to a new opinion poll commissioned by Abortion Rights Edinburgh.
Beeban Kidron Young people should be allowed to delete embarrassing internet material a digital rights campaigners group has urged.
Marianne Russell Bond Dickinson has recently recruited three new lawyers into its Aberdeen office following its results for the 2014/2015 financial year.
Heather Pearson Last week’s media coverage of rising house costs and predictions of a growing private rental sector has again brought the issue of Scotland’s housing needs into focus. But while public perception traditionally favours home ownership, a stronger private rental sector will benefit
House prices in Aberdeen have remained steady in the second quarter of 2015 but the volume of sales has dropped, according to new figures. A new report published by Aberdeen Solicitors' Property Centre Limited (ASPC), in co-operation with the University of Aberdeen, Business School, Centre for Real
Bill Drummond Brodies LLP has achieved accreditation as an "Investor in People" and "Investor in Young People" - becoming one of the first law firms in the UK to be recognised for excellence in people management in both categories.
Karim Khalil QC Today barrister sets Dyers Chambers and One Paper Buildings merge to create Drystone Chambers, the chambers of Karim Khalil QC and Andrew Campbell Tiech QC, based at 35 Bedford Row.