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Willie McIntyre You just know that whoever drafted the Scottish Legal Aid Board’s new Code of Conduct for Criminal Practitioners couldn’t give you directions to the nearest court, far less have they ever appeared in one.

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David Flint Last week, the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) fined a Glasgow based firm £80,000 for making over 109,000 nuisance calls to people registered with the Telephone Preference Service (TPS). David Flint explains the case.

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Scott Whyte Most will not have heard of it until recently, but the ruling on the discount rate for injured people has been long-awaited amongst those in the legal sector, writes Scott Whyte.

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Graham Ogilvy (pictured) eisits Bologna’s famed law school in troubling times.ry The waiter who plonked a carafe of cheap Sangiovese down on our table at the little restaurant off Bologna’s Via Malcontenti spoke flawless English.

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Paula Chan In the wake of International Women’s Day urging us to be bold for change, Paula Chan analyses workplace hot topics featuring on her agenda for change on IWD 2017.

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Angela Grahame QC In July 1995, one week after I called to the bar, I went to the High Court in Airdrie to be the Crown junior in a two-week sitting. The Advocate Depute had a separate room, and one morning a very senior criminal silk came along to negotiate a plea for his client. As was the role of

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