Refreshing witness testimony prior to trial is now permitted on both sides of the border. Little is known of the practice in Scotland, but lessons can be learned from research in England & Wales
A Scots lawyer tells how an internship working with North Carolina’s Racial Justice Act has brought home the need for actions to match words in a system that proclaims equal justice
Joint Government guidance as the new compatibility rules for testing criminal procedure human rights compliance come in, with a Q&A section
Could legal firms learn anything in terms of customer experience from a five star visitor attraction?
An HMRC blog on what employers need to do to be ready for 6 April
In this issue
- Remember, remember?
- Equal justice for all?
- Compatibility: devolution issues reborn
- Profiting from the past
- RTI for PAYE - are you ready?
- Reading for pleasure
- A modest proposal – civil marriage ceremonies for all
- Opinion column: Alistair Dean
- Book reviews
- President's column
- Fee review: as you were
- Time to draw a line?
- The pay gap: seeking a cure
- Wealth management: Personal injury trusts - how to best invest
- Wealth management: Discretion - the model of choice
- Wealth management: Inheritance tax - discounts up front
- Wealth management: Pensions - time to look ahead
- Whose privilege is it, anyway?
- FLAGS unfurled
- Percentage game
- Rent, rent and rent again
- Sport, rights, and the internet
- An innocent mistake?
- Scottish Solicitors' Discipline Tribunal
- The trouble with in-house lawyers
- Lease of life for the High Street?
- PSG update
- Vacant and ready
- ABS in waiting
- Better ways: where to start?
- Keeping errors in check
- Ask Ash
- How not to win business: a guide for professionals
- What does a speculative fee allow?
- Law reform roundup