Monday 3 August 2009 sees most of the changes to the development management system come into force
Analysis of hair samples is becoming the preferred method of tracing an individual's history of alcohol consumption
President's message: much of this month's theme is Government – and what solicitors can do for it, as well as what it can do for solicitors
A mature would-be entrant to the profession believes that current methods of recruiting trainees are often neither open nor fair
A willingness on both sides to engage in open and informed debate is the key to successful relations between the profession and the media
In this issue
- Planning's big day
- Hair alcohol tests: tackling the root of the problem
- Ask not...
- Trainee recruitment must be more open
- Honest talking
- Out, but not down
- A budget to save the world?
- Uncertain rights
- Copycats: nine lives used up?
- A break from illness?
- On the record
- From the Brussels Office
- Member support: the next level
- Legal practice reinvented
- Beat the pandemic
- Ask Ash
- A vintage problem?
- Final is still final
- Blacklisting blacklists
- A better fitting kilt
- Proper restraint
- Scottish Solicitors' Discipline Tribunal
- Website review
- Book reviews
- Knowledge rules OK?
- Lifting the stones
- Legitimate finding or mortgage fraud?
- Islamic finance: a Scottish lead?
- Environmental Law Centre: taking issues