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Read: Mapping Post-Brexit Environmental Law

An article has been published by Professor Colin Reid of Dundee University on the effect of Brexit on environmental governance across the UK.

Published 22 September 2020

Scullion LAW raises over £230,000 for Marie Curie

Scullion LAW has raised over £230,000 worth of future income for Marie Curie Scotland to help people with a terminal illness.

Published 22 September 2020

Dentons announces combination with Tanzanian firm

Dentons has announced proposals to combine with Tanzanian law firm, East African Law Chambers (EALC), as part of its plans to become a leading pan-African law firm.

Published 22 September 2020

Terra Firma’s Neil Kinnear to speak at Commercial Law Network event

Neil Kinnear from Terra Firma Chambers is to speak at a commercial litigation webinar.

Published 22 September 2020

And finally… sleepyhead

A man who allegedly slept as his self-driving car broke speed limits on a busy road has been charged with dangerous driving.

Published 22 September 2020

DUAL Asset Underwriting & M&B announce new ‘A’ rated insurer to My Defective Title shop

DUAL Asset Underwriting, in partnership with Millar & Bryce, are delighted to announce a fourth 'A' rated insurer has joined My Defective Title Shop, our online comparison site.

Published 22 September 2020

Father of young children in Annan loses appeal against ‘no contact’ order

The father of two very young children in Annan has unsuccessfully appealed the decision of a children’s panel that he should have no contact with his children. 

Published 21 September 2020

Sheriff rebuked for ‘cross-examination’ and telling lawyer to ‘sit down’

A sheriff has been criticised by judges for conducting a "cross-examination" of a defendant and telling his representative to "sit down".

Published 21 September 2020

Liam Entwistle appointed chairman of Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie

Liam Entwistle has been appointed as chairman at Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie LLP (WJM), succeeding Colin Brass after 15 years in the role.

Published 21 September 2020

David Murray joins partnership at Marks & Clerk

Marks & Clerk has announced the appointment of David Murray to the firm's partnership.

Published 21 September 2020

Lawyers of Tomorrow – Adam Stevens

I am a graduate of the diploma in legal studies from the University of Edinburgh and am currently seeking a traineeship. I previously completed the two-year accelerated LLB at Edinburgh Napier University, my first degree being a BSc (Hons) Biomedical Sciences from the University of Glasgow.

Published 21 September 2020

CMS survey highlights changes to Scottish commercial property requirements post-Covid

A new survey by CMS has found that Scottish commercial property requirements will likely see a significant change following the COVID-19 pandemic.

Published 21 September 2020

Amal Clooney resigns as special envoy over ‘lamentable’ plans to break Brexit treaty

Amal Clooney has resigned as the government's envoy on media freedom over suggestions the UK government intends to break parts of the Brexit withdrawal agreement.

Published 21 September 2020

All shook up: Brewdog fails in legal fight against Elvis estate

Brewdog has failed in a legal fight with Elvis Presley's estate over the name of one of its beers, The Times reports.

Published 21 September 2020

US: Senate to vote on Ruth Bader Ginsburg successor before presidential election

The Senate will vote on a successor to Ruth Bader Ginsburg before November's presidential election.

Published 21 September 2020