New rules on lay representation introduced this month, taken with the other schemes that continue in force, have resulted in an excessively complicated picture that should be simplified
A report on two interactive seminars on employee ownership, which featured discussions between Scottish professionals and US guru on the subject, Mary Ann Beyster
A neat little illustration of how (not) to go about pushing for change if you want people’s goodwill
Proposals for significant amendments to the environmental impact assessment regime that would add to the requirements on developers, are currently under consideration at EU level
Students with an interest in human rights should consider the European Human Rights Moot Court competition, with its final stages held in the Strasbourg court itself
In this issue
- Fifty shades of lay?
- Employee owners: a view from across the Pond
- All change
- EIAs: increasing the impact
- Mooting comes to Strasbourg
- Reading for pleasure
- Opinion column: Elaine Sutherland
- Book reviews
- President's column
- Minimise the risk of rejection
- Helping with enquiries
- Path to growth
- New starts for all?
- Leveson: alarm bells
- McLeveson: still in balance
- From Gill to Bill
- A Budget for aspiration?
- Too far removed?
- Enough to send you to sleep
- Interest on damages: what rate?
- Scottish Solicitors' Discipline Tribunal
- Let's get personal
- Good hedges make good neighbours
- Sep rep: on to the rules
- Ask Ash
- Change management for lobsters
- How not to win business: a guide for professionals
- Keeping errors in check: 2
- Wills at a distance
- Law reform roundup
- Make the survey count