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New analysis shows that an 8,000 jobs boost follows each one per cent growth in legal services; that £379 million is added to the economy for every one per cent growth in the UK legal services sector and that the sector grew by eight per cent from 2014 to 2015. The first ever investigation of the w

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Norman Biggart CBE, former president of the Law Society of Scotland between 1982-83, passed away last week.

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A council is to pay thousands of women as much as £100 million following a long-running pay dispute. Around 6,500 staff at Glasgow City Council could share in the windfall after they were paid less than male colleagues despite new wage rules that came into effect in 2007 which were meant to ensure

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A European inquiry into the e-commerce sector has found that widespread geo-blocking could be in breach of EU antitrust rules in some cases. The European Commission has published its initial findings from research conducted as part of an ongoing antitrust sector inquiry launched last year into the e

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Aileen McLeod Twenty bird of prey crimes were recorded in 2015 including six poisoning incidents, according to the latest bird of prey crime maps.

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A law student at Aberdeen University was found dead in her halls last week, reports The Press and Journal. Emily Drouet could not be saved by emergency services who were called to Hillhead accommodation on Don Street on Friday.

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(L-R): Colin Henderson and Catriona Miller Anderson Strathern has boosted its senior private client team with the promotion of Catriona Miller to partner.

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John Scott QC A new code of practice for stop and search and the use of the practice when children are thought to be carrying alcohol is being looked at in two new consultations.

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