A public petition before the Scottish Parliament seeks stronger rights for unmarried fathers, but would a different approach be preferable?
How can employers best manage absence – through leave or otherwise – during major sporting events, in particular the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games?
How the Equality & Human Rights Commission uses its litigation powers to achieve maximum impact
An overview of the new structure for tribunals to be introduced by the Tribunals (Scotland) Act 2014
The fuller version of the Opinion column discussing whether we should follow the mediation information and assessment meeting (MIAM) model for family cases in England & Wales
In this issue
- “It is a wise father...”
- Let the Games begin
- Power for change: EHRC's litigation strategy
- Framework for tribunal reform
- MIAMs: making meetings the end?
- Legal locksmiths: locking and unlocking charitable gifts and bequests
- Reading for pleasure
- Opinion: Marjory Blair and Kirsty Miguda
- Book reviews
- President's column
- The big day unveiled
- Identity crisis?
- Arbitration: the way forward in disputes?
- A brand new framework
- Hello? Hello?
- A mediation story: The Mediator's Log
- ADR: Faculty makes its pitch
- Justifying extensions
- Season of change
- Beneficial changes
- Stormy waters
- Which way will it jump?
- People on the move
- Games-time goals
- Acceptance or warrandice?
- Getting ready for the "designated day"
- Turning concern into action
- Ask Ash
- Here comes 2012
- Ploughing a lone furrow
- Safety in networking
- Law: an insight job
- Sheriff decision causes power of attorney alert
- Law reform roundup
- "Find a registered paralegal"