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Change isn’t an option anymore; it’s mandatory. This dictum, of course, has had multiple iterations in all areas of business since any wistful idea that more of the same will suffice was atomised by a climate emergency, a global pandemic, a war in Europe and a series of economic debacles

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Baktosch Gillan spoke to Law Society of Scotland president Murray Etherington on the work he intends to do during his year in office. Murray Etherington wanted to be a lawyer from a young age. Growing up in 1980s and 1990s, it was the American television drama L.A. Law which encouraged him to s

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As the Scottish Law Commission nears the end of its 10th programme of law reform, its chair, Lady Paton, discusses some of its ongoing projects and work to improve the implementation rate of its reports. The appeal court judge, who was appointed chair of the commission on 1 January 2019 following th

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