Pictured from left: Alan Roughead, Brian Jackson, Catherine Greig, Morag Graham The staff at MacRoberts LLP's Glasgow Office are no doubt feeling a little fitter today after accepting a challenge to climb the stairs to their desk rather than taking the lift throughout the month of June.
Former boxer Scott Harrison is to be extradited to Spain to serve a prison sentence for two assault convictions after a sheriff granted a warrant sought by the Lord Advocate. The former WBO Featherweight Champion was sentenced to four years imprisonment by a court in Malaga in 2012 and a European Ar
Paul Wheelhouse, Minister for Community Safety and Legal Affairs An "excessive" five-year ban on holding a personal alcohol license for people who failed to undertake refresher training has been scrapped by the Scottish Parliament.
Lady Hale The issue of whether as a matter of EU law the UK may impose a requirement of residence in Great Britain as a condition of entitlement to disability living allowance (DLA) is to be considered by the European Court of Justice.
Frances Crook A teenager who stole sweets and ice cream worth £5, a woman found begging in a car park and a man who kicked a flower pot after being stabbed are among thousands of people who have been ordered to pay a new charge which “penalises the poor and encourages the innocent to plead guilty
An employee at the National Museum of Scotland ordered over £14,000 worth of stamps before selling them online and keeping the profits. Joseph McGuire, 46, was found in 2013 afterRoyal Mail's criminal intelligence saw the stamps being sold on eBay.
Julius Komorowski Terra Firma Chambers’ Julius Komorowski features in the first episode of Equality:Online, a series of webcasts by Equality and Human Rights Commission in Scotland designed to provide a more flexible way of delivering training across the country.
The Faculty of Advocates is hosting a conference to explore the most significant structural reforms of the Scottish court system in more than 150 years. The Edinburgh event, Court Reform: The New Law, marks implementation of key provisions of the Courts Reform (Scotland) Act 2014.
Solicitors in Edinburgh have been given the opportunity to join the Law Society of Scotland's decision-making body as nominations open for a Council by-election. The Society is looking to elect a member of Council to represent solicitors in the Edinburgh constituency, with nominations open from noon
A man who claimed that his late grandmother had promised to gift him her house in a testamentary writing has had an action for conveyance of the property against the executor of the estate dismissed. A judge in the Court of Session ruled that the pursuer “failed to prove that the deceased entered