A recent Inner House decision highlights the difficulties facing a pursuer who attempts to argue an informed consent case relating to medical procedure
The Crofting (Amendment) (Scotland) Bill corrects a defect in the law, and continues the process towards parity between croft tenants and owner-occupier crofters
One Scottish law graduate’s experience of voluntary legal and community work in Tanzania while he continues the search for a traineeship place
How three COPFS trainees made Scotland’s first venture into the European Judicial Network “Themis” competition, presenting on international judicial co-operation, and won a place in the final
The UK Government’s regulatory reforms are having an impact on equality law, including the role of the Equality & Human Rights Commission
In this issue
- Risk and the duty to inform
- Decrofting back on track
- The long road to qualify
- Scotland scores on “Themis” debut
- Equality and regulatory reform
- Reading for pleasure
- Opinion column: Martin Crewe
- Book reviews
- President's column
- What right of way?
- Gas in the tank
- Scotland on the world stage
- Up there with the best
- The Significant Seven
- Out on 65?
- Gatekeeping the experts
- Fairway failings
- Beware of solvent liquidations
- Passing off update
- Scottish Solicitors' Discipline Tribunal
- Holyrood out of bounds
- DPAs: cross-border confusion?
- The road to land reform, but where is it going?
- How not to win business: a guide for professionals
- Information security: raising the bar
- Waste: help sort it out
- Where there's a will
- Ask Ash
- "Reply to all"
- Law reform roundup
- Incidental financial business: amendments ahead
- Times are tough