Letter highlighting the risk to the availability of specialist counsel in personal injury cases and raising issues concerning solicitor advocates
President's message: a fairly typical, if rather unglamorous first month in office, getting to grips with presidential duties while trying to keep the practice going
Children can suffer many disadvantages from the imprisonment of a parent or carer, and have a right that their interests are taken into account by the sentencing court
As the Scottish Parliament marks its 10th birthday, we look at what it has meant for Scots law and lawyers, and the Society's work with the Parliament and the Calman Commission
Interview with Dr William Ury, who seeks out the world's most intractable disputes and attempts to apply his techniques of negotiation and mediation