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Legal, financial and property specialist Pagan Osborne has announced a three-year charity partnership with Alzheimer Scotland. The charity, which aims to improve quality of life for 90,000 people living with dementia in Scotland, is set to benefit from the company's fundraising efforts.

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Sector specialists from Shepherd and Wedderburn will attend the largest global gathering of water industry specialists in Edinburgh later this month. Nine hundred experts, including government representative, lawyers, regulators, environmental engineers and economists will converge at the fifteenth

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Joanna Cherry QC Joanna Cherry QC, a member of the Faculty of Advocates, has been appointed as the Scottish National Party (SNP)'s justice and home affairs spokesperson in Westminster.

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A member of the Faculty of Advocates will lead a training programme at the prestigious Energy Studies Institute (ESI) in Singapore. Steven Walker (pictured) has been invited to lead the ESI's specialist professional seminar training programme aimed at the global energy industry.

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A severely disabled man is going to the Court of Session in Edinburgh today in a bid to clarify the Scottish legal position regarding assisted suicide. With the help of his solicitors at Patrick Campbell and Co., Gordon Ross, 66, is calling upon the Lord Advocate to issue guidance setting out whethe

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Mark Hordern, chief executive of Glasgow Solicitors Property Centre (GSPC) has resigned from his position after four years, GSPC directors announced today. Pamela Ross is succeeding Mark as chief executive with the 'enthusiastic support' of the Directors and her fellow staff members.

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L to R: Derek Duncan, Partner at RSB macdonald; Lesley Macdonald, Partner at RSB macdonald; (at front) Alasdair Cummings, Managing Partner, Lindsays; (at back right) Derek Petrie, Partner, Lindsays Scottish law firms RSB macdonald and Lindsays are set to merge with effect from 6 July 2015, both comp

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Public health minister Maureen Watt MSP Scotland has become the first nation in the UK to introduce a new death certification system that scraps fees for cremation forms and creates new rights for relatives.

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Morton Fraser represented international investment group Rockspring Property Investment Managers in the successful but "challenging" sale of student accommodation in Edinburgh for £20 million. The Morton Fraser team, led by lawyers Elspeth Carson and David Stewart, dealt with all property and const

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Lord Carloway The Lord Justice Clerk, Lord Carloway, has launched a programme of workshops run by the Scottish Courts and Tribunals Service to discuss methods to discover the truth in criminal trials in the modern era, and the greater use of pre-recorded evidence.

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Law Society staff are swapping a day in the office for a day running an Edinburgh charity shop to raise funds for Save the Children’s Nepal Earthquake appeal. Six Law Society of Scotland employees will be taking over Mary’s Living and Giving Shop for Save the Children in the heart of Edinburgh

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Sir Stephen Sedley, former Judge in the Court of Appeal for England and Wales is to deliver Edinburgh Law School’s annual Ruth Adler Lecture next week on the subject of human rights. Sir Stephen's topic — Human Rights and the Whirligig of Time — is particularly timely. The event is free to att

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Former News of the World editor Andy Coulson will go on trial this Friday accused of committing perjury in the trial of former MSP Tommy Sheridan. Coulson, 47, appeared at the High Court in Edinburgh today and entered a plea of not guilty to the allegation that he lied under oath at Sheridan's own p

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