This paper delivered at the legal aid conference, argues that the interests of justice require better remuneration for solicitors appearing in children's hearing cases
President's message: A quiet month engagement-wise belies the work that continues at the Society on important issues facing the profession
Proposes reforms to the Child Support Agency will only succeed if they can bring the interests of the children concerned to the forefront
Differing views on whether the LLB currently offers a proper grounding in Scots law, and an explanation of the Society's role as regulator
Three simple calculations based on the 2005 Cost of Time Survey to help work out the point at which a firm becomes profitable