The Advocate General has launched an attack on the Law Society of Scotland over its position on Brexit, The Herald reports.
Published 20 February 2017
Published 13 February 2017
Law Society of Scotland and Glasgow Caledonian University to host seminar on Brexit and human rights
The Law Society of Scotland is partnering with Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) to host the second in a series of Brexit-themed seminars "Human Rights Reform: Scotland’s place in Brexit" on 23 February in Glasgow.
Published 9 February 2017
The Lord Advocate has said Scotland could become a safe haven for criminals unless the current level of cooperation with European police forces is preserved after Brexit.
Published 7 February 2017
Former Lord President and Deputy President of the Supreme Court, Lord Hope of Craighead has revealed he sought an amendment to the Scotland Bill last year that would have put the Sewel Convention on a statutory footing, The Times reports.
Published 26 January 2017
The UK government has published draft legislation to empower Prime Minister Theresa May to activate Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union and thereby begin the formal Brexit process.
Published 26 January 2017
Two QCs were among the speakers at a JUSTICE Scotland/Equality and Human Rights Commission event which explored “The Human Rights Implications of Brexit on EU Migration”.
Published 25 January 2017
Brexit represents "opportunity" for Commonwealth lawyers, according to the president of the Commonwealth Lawyers Association (CLA).
Published 23 January 2017
Corporate deals in the UK will continue to drop on last year in the wake of Brexit uncertainty, according to one law firm.
Published 16 January 2017
New legal challenges over the Brexit process have been lodged in the Irish and UK courts, The Guardian reports.
Published 13 January 2017
The Tayside property market has picked up with a strong final quarter following reduced confidence in the wake of the Brexit vote.
Published 11 January 2017
Katy Wedderburn considers the implications of Brexit on employment law six months after the vote.
Published 4 January 2017
A tax barrister has raised over £70,000 to challenge the Brexit process in the Irish courts, our sister publication Irish Legal News reports.
Published 12 December 2016
The Lord Advocate will argue today at the Supreme Court that the Scottish Parliament must be consulted before Article 50 can be triggered.
Published 7 December 2016
The Law Society of Ireland has said it will welcome a record number of solicitors in 2016 as a result of the Brexit vote, our sister publication Irish Legal News reports.
Published 6 December 2016