Has the televised documentary of the Nat Fraser trial made the case for regular broadcasting from our criminal courts? This article argues that while the programme had many merits, it also had its flaws
A recent judgment offers hope to those seeking to come to the UK, who have means but not sufficient for the threshold in the Immigration Rules
Comment from the Equality & Human Rights Commission on the Supreme Court decision in North v Dumfries & Galloway Council
Is it appropriate to ban smoking in vehicles when children are present, as a current proposal for a member's bill in the Scottish Parliament argues?
ESPC's chairman comments on its decision to transfer membership to its member firms
In this issue
- Widening access to the stocks and gallows?
- Family migration revisited
- The same but different
- Controlling tendency
- ESPC: out of the parental home
- Offshore employment: floating goalposts?
- Reading for pleasure
- Opinion column: David O'Hagan
- Book reviews
- President's column
- Make the most of your "multiples"
- Sep rep: all to play for
- The bigger they are...
- Licensed to thrill
- Capacity challenge
- One year, and counting?
- Selling your rights... for what?
- The voice of technology
- A serious matter
- Relocation: where are we now?
- Whistle for reform
- Same sex marriage: for richer, for poorer
- Scottish Solicitors' Discipline Tribunal
- Residential property review takes shape
- In-house lawyers seek a rising star
- Mentoring: the way forward
- How not to win business: a guide for professionals
- Comm prop risks
- Ask Ash
- Crossed purposes
- Conference looks for profession to evolve
- Law reform roundup
- Help with the red flags