Blogs



Blog: Two-court solution to ECJ problem a step in the right direction

Tobias Lock Tobias Lock, senior lecturer in European law and co-director of the Europa Institute at ...

Published 25 August 2017

Blog: Talaq divorces and remedies in Scots law

Jamies Foulis Jamies Foulis looks at a judgment on summary divorce from India's Supreme Court and h ...

Published 25 August 2017

Douglas Mill: R.E.S.P.E.C.T.

Aretha Franklin I was 18 when I went to Auschwitz. My school chum Eamonn Kelly and I got a train to ...

Published 16 August 2017

A 'blatant power grab'? The Scottish government on the EU (Withdrawal) Bill

Professor Mark Elliott Mark Elliott, professor of public law at the University of Cambridge, take ...

Published 14 August 2017

Blog: Time to shine some light on dark art of insurance

Scott Whyte Scott Whyte gives the insurance industry short shrift over rising premiums. The da ...

Published 11 August 2017

Blog: The road to hell is paved with good intentions

Kate Donachie Kate Donachie finds that legislation meant to level the personal injury litigation pl ...

Published 9 August 2017

Blog: Scottish Partnerships on the PSC Register

Catriona Reid As part of the UK government’s international commitment to improving transparency o ...

Published 4 August 2017

Blog: Sheep support regulations overzealous

Hamish Lean Hamish Lean details a case in which it was held that the Scottish ministers' rule forma ...

Published 2 August 2017

Blog: The Repeal Bill – a legal perspective on the realities of the process

Lynda Towers Public law expert Lynda Towers surveys the latest bill on the path to Brexit. The Eur ...

Published 1 August 2017

Blog: Sorry seems (not) to be the hardest word

Graeme MacLeod takes a look at the Apologies (Scotland) Act. Sorry does indeed seem to be, as Elt ...

Published 1 August 2017

Blog: ET Fees. What happens next?

Jennifer Skeoch Jennifer Skeoch takes a look at the implications of last week’s long-awaited judg ...

Published 31 July 2017

Blog: The times they are a changin'

James Keith James Keith looks at yesterday's judgment from the Supreme Court that that full surv ...

Published 13 July 2017

Blog: Taylor Review – a failure representative of our times?

Jillian Merchant gives SLN readers an overview of the Taylor report. The report was commissioned in ...

Published 12 July 2017

Blog: Taps aff

Eilish Lindsay Eilish Lindsay discusses the perils of 'taps aff'. It is fair to say that we have ...

Published 7 July 2017

Blog: Tribunal awards for no claim periods

David Hoey David Hoey asks whether a tribunal should award compensation in respect of a period no ...

Published 6 July 2017