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Turnover at Balfour+Manson up to £9m while profits remain static

Elaine Motion Turnover at Balfour+Manson rose by two per cent to £9 million while partner ...

Published 7 August 2018

Blog: French case clarifies 'consent' under GDPR

Val Surgenor Val Surgenor and Rebecca Henderson discuss a French case that will likely serve as ...

Published 7 August 2018

Scheme to tackle domestic abuse to be rolled out to six more local authorities

Humza Yousaf A programme intended to change the behaviour of domestic abuse perpetrators is bei ...

Published 7 August 2018

TLT advises Blackfinch and Santander on 6.4MW wind project acquisition 

Adam Kean TLT has advised Blackfinch Investments on its acquisition of a 6.4MW 1ROC accredited ...

Published 7 August 2018

Dentons partner Amanda Jones appointed women's advancement director

Amanda Jones Dentons has appointed Amanda Jones to the new role of women's advancement dir ...

Published 7 August 2018

Schools mock court project seeks legal tutors

An educational initiative teaching school pupils oral advocacy skills is looking for legal tutors. ...

Published 7 August 2018

England: Government defeated by Law Society over legal aid cuts in document-heavy cases

The Law Society of England and Wales has succeeded in overturning cuts to lega ...

Published 7 August 2018

And finally... roo-ful

A man called the police after a kangaroo crashed through his living room window in the m ...

Published 7 August 2018

Children’s Hearing legislation read down to ensure participation test is ECHR-compliant

A teenage boy should be able to apply to participate in children’s hearings concerning his you ...

Published 3 August 2018

Scottish Labour calls for review of remand following analysis of prison deaths

Daniel Johnson Scottish Labour has called for a full governmental review of the use of remand a ...

Published 3 August 2018

Sharp rise in company debt judgments

Malcolm Hurlston The number of debt decrees registered against Scottish businesses rose sharply ...

Published 3 August 2018

Alan Cook: Proposed rates reforms a boon to the commercial property sector

Alan Cook Scotland's commercial property sector stands to benefit from proposed reforms to busi ...

Published 3 August 2018

Bobby Lindsay joins Glasgow University School of Law

Bobby Lindsay Bobby Lindsay has been appointed a lecturer in private law at the University ...

Published 3 August 2018

Edinburgh PhD candidate awarded top arbitration prize

Álvaro García Martínez Edinburgh Law School PhD candidate Álvaro Ga ...

Published 3 August 2018

In pictures: Legal meet-ups

Pictured (L-R): Christina Blacklaws, Alison Atack and Eileen Ewing Via@LawSocPresident: Th ...

Published 3 August 2018