Reply to criticisms of the new tribunals, arguing that the composition of the tribunals is not inherently unfair and only research can assess their performance
This reply to Professor Gretton argues that changes in Scots law teaching are a necessary response to changes in universities, the wider community and the law itself
In a significant move the Information Commissioner has allowed a company to transfer employees' personal data outwith the EU under binding internal rules
Overview of the options available to the courts when dealing with offenders who have or may have a mental disorder, following recent legislative reforms
President's message: solicitors will support change for the better, but unless the Legal Profession Bill is amended it will not produce a better system