An Italian lawyer with an interest in training in different jurisdictions reports on current developments in the Italian legal system
President's message: the forthcoming Annual Conference and AGM of the Society both provide opportunities to keep abreast of the many changes facing the profession
Opinion from the Disability Rights Commission that the lack of cases being brought in Scotland under the Disability Discrimination Act is cause for concern
Interview with Lord Advocate Elish Angiolini QC, covering changes within the prosecution service and the constitutional position of the Lord Advocate
Sheriff principal's view that structural and not just procedural reform is needed in order to achieve the proper disposal of court business, particularly civil
In this issue
- Routes to qualification: the Italian picture
- Speaking of change
- Disabled from suing?
- Hearing and answering
- Court afresh
- Clean sheet at the Commercial Court
- Making a specialism pay
- LCN DNA - devil in the detail
- To buy or not to buy?
- Just a winter warmer?
- Views from the new boy
- Working out time
- A claim in trust
- Incapable of dismissal?
- Chasing debts made simple?
- Scottish Solicitors' Discipline Tribunal
- Website reviews
- Book reviews
- FOISA goes to court
- On the wrong track?