Scrapping the SNP's 1,000 extra officers policy will open the way for properly resourcing the single force writes Kath Murray.
Published 8 April 2016
Lorna Walker (pictured on left), senior solicitor at Govan Law Centre's Prevention of Homelessness Projectexplains how GLC's partnership work with Glasgow City Mission's Glasgow Winter Night Shelter has helped prevent people sleeping rough on the streets of Glasgow.
Published 7 April 2016
Remotely Piloted Air Systems – also known as drones – have been the subject of much controversy lately, writes James McMillan.
Published 6 April 2016
Ian Maxwell of Families Need Fathers (FNF) Scotland calls for Scottish courts to publish more family law judgments.
Published 5 April 2016
Published 5 April 2016
Lindsey Miller, head of the Serious and Organised Crime Division at the Crown Office, discusses a recent victory and the powerful provisions of anti-bribery legislation.
Published 4 April 2016
Following a consultation last year which received 35 written responses a very short draft bill has been produced by the Scottish government which promises to make significant changes to the current ability for victims and survivors of abuse to bring claims for damages, writes Paula Jefferson.
Published 30 March 2016
A recent judgment is a harsh reminder for tenants, say Alistair Drummond and Gavin Deeprose.
Published 22 March 2016
Steven Guild reviews last week's Supreme Court tax case of UBS v HMRC – a blow for the 'Houdini taxpayer'.
Published 18 March 2016
Donald MacKinnon discusses the possible effects of Brexit on employment law and health & safety regulations.
Published 2 March 2016
Scottish courts are cracking down on environmental crime as a recent case illustrates, John McGovern writes.
Published 24 February 2016
Technology is reducing the reliance on traditional courtroom hearings, writes David S Christie.
Published 19 February 2016
The insolvency regime seems to be in a perpetual state of flux, writes Steven Jansch.
Published 16 February 2016
Rob Marrs, head of education at the Law Society of Scotland, discusses the rarely addressed question of gender equality in the legal profession – for men.
Published 11 February 2016
Ross McKenzie warns that the way organisations handle personal information will need to go through some significant changes in the coming years to accommodate the biggest change to the data protection regulatory framework since the early nineties.
Published 4 February 2016