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Wayne Lawrence DWF has announced eight promotions across its Edinburgh and Glasgow offices, including one new partner, one new director and six new associate-level promotions, reflecting significant investment in the firm’s people and growth in key industry sectors.

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Scotland’s chief statistician has released liquor licensing statistics for 2014-15. This figures show information on premises and personal licences in force, applications, reviews/proceedings as well as numbers of licensing standards officers employed and the number of occasional licences issued.

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Julius Komorowski Terra Firma's Julius Komorowski was one of the key speakers at the Academy of European Law’s "Seminar on Recent Case Law of The European Court of Human Rights in Criminal Matters" held in Strasbourg this week.

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Drink-driving offences in Scotland have plummeted, falling at nearly double the rate of the rest of the UK following the introduction of a new lower limit last December. In the period December 2014 to August 2015, offences fell by 12.5 per cent compared with the same time in the previous year. The f

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Robert Sharp Following calls from over 100 authors last week for reform of Scotland's antiquated defamation laws which not only endanger free speech but could lead to libel tourism, Scottish Legal News spoke to English PEN about the developments south of the border that culminated in the Defamation

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The European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) is holding a Grand Chamber hearing today in the case of Ibrahim and Others v. the United Kingdom. The case concerns the temporary delay in providing access to a lawyer during the police questioning of suspects involved in the 21 July 2005 London bombings an

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