Is there a way to test the reliability of a child's witness statement years after it was taken? Maybe, as a child psychologist explains
With the Chancellor's Autumn Statement having proposed generous tax breaks to encourage employee ownership, an “Expert Briefings” programme has been developed to help bring legal advisers up to speed
Argument that affirmative action is necessary to promote diversity in the legal system, and that it does not inhibit justice, or the merit principle, but instead enhances it
The realisation of socio-economic rights to permit the exercise of civil and political rights requires a new approach to their recognition and implementation
Your reference guide to material published in the paper issues for 2013
In this issue
- Cold case examination of early childhood evidence
- Incentivising employee ownership
- The diversity imperative
- Towards a more inclusive democracy
- Journal magazine Index 2013
- Reading for pleasure
- Opinion: Campbell Read
- Book reviews
- President's column
- RoS's services for solicitors
- Issues for the Union
- Critical mass
- Is this where it ends?
- Testing capacity
- Making plans for auto-enrolment
- Loosening the purse strings
- Data: don't be caught out
- Punished enough?
- Prior statements practice
- Family business musings
- TUPE: armour not gold-plated?
- Pension policy - a vote winner?
- Scottish Solicitors' Discipline Tribunal
- In with the system
- Check and double-check
- Lender Exchange ahead
- Have you the capital?
- How not to win business: a guide for professionals
- Reflections from the Complaints Commission
- Ask Ash
- Danger spots
- It's the name of the game
- Law reform roundup
- Conference aspires to judicial diversity