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Axiom Advocates has welcomed Neil Deacon and Emma Boffey to the stable, both of whom called to the bar this week. Mr Deacon called to the bar yesterday after serving for three years as law clerk to the Lord President. In that role, he assisted Inner House judges in appellate matters across civil law

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Robert Telfer has been appointed to the partnership at Glasgow firm MacDonald Lynch. The firm was founded last year after Elaine MacDonald acquired the long running southside firm Lynch & Co, first established in 1984. The rebranded and expanded Mount Florida firm now employs eight people.

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TLT has moved into the top floor of Cadworks – Glasgow’s flagship sustainable office development and the first net zero office building in the city – recently recognised at the British Council for Offices’ (BCO) Regional Awards for being the most sustainable and innovative b

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A round-up of human rights stories from around the world. US has not fully investigated own role in Yemen rights abuses, watchdog finds

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The Google employee who was fired for claiming that the company's AI had become sentient has now said it has hired a lawyer. Blake Lemoine was suspended after telling the media that the tech giant's new AI, LaMDA, had achieved a breakthrough in consciousness.

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A race to the bottom in standards across a range of issues including workers’ rights, food and the environment could be triggered under the UK government’s latest post Brexit plans, Constitution Secretary Angus Robertson has told Holyrood. The UK government intends to introduce the Brexi

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Compass Chambers has welcomed Elaine Smith as its newest member after she called to the bar in a ceremony at Parliament House today. Ms Smith spent 11 years as a solicitor with a leading personal injury firm and has a wide range of experience in personal injury cases including road traffic accidents

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Kennedys, which has offices in Glasgow and Edinburgh, has reported its highest ever revenue, £286 million, up eight per cent from £264m the previous year. The most significant growth came in North America, where revenue was up 24 per cent to £55m, following a continued growth perio

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