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Mungo Bovey QC A panel of witnesses, including representatives of the Faculty of Advocates and Brodies LLP, has been thanked by MSPs for "saturating" them with information on human rights aspects of the Land Reform (Scotland) Bill.

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The Scottish Young Lawyers' Association (SYLA) will host its annual Criminal Day Conference next month in association with the Scottish Criminal Bar Association (SCBA). The one-day conference is taking place in the Corinthian, Glasgow on Saturday 7 November 2015.

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A part-time judge who claimed that his pension should be calculated on the basis of his sitting days since he was appointed rather than the date on which an EU law protecting part-time-time workers from being treated less favourably than equivalent full-time workers came into force in the UK has had

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The Faculty of Advocates has identified human rights issues relating to parts of the Land Reform (Scotland) Bill. The Faculty was invited by the Scottish Parliament’s Rural Affairs, Climate Change and Environment Committee to comment on the Bill from the perspective of the European Convention on H

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Lord Neuberger The President of the Supreme Court, Lord Neuberger last night addressed an audience at Lincoln's Inn to mark the 150th anniversary of the Incorporated Council of Law Reporting for England and Wales (ICLR).

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Solicitors are not being threatened by other will-writing service providers in the wake of deregulation in 2011, new research carried out by Will Aid suggests. Although there are slight year-on-year fluctuations in the percentage of people using a solicitor to write their will, the proportion was hi

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Sean Humber Some prisoners in the UK may be able to challenge a blanket ban on prisoner voting after the European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruled on the French case Thierry Delvigne v Commune de Lesparre-Médoc and Préfet de la Gironde.

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Charles McGregor An Edinburgh man who attacked a partner at Clyde & Co with a knife in an attempted robbery in April has been convicted of the attack, according to The Scotsman.

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