The Equality Act has been applied in favour of a disabled young person who required an additional year at school, in a novel sheriff court action
Recent experience of medical procedures prompts the author to review the still embryonic law regarding property rights in human body parts
Little research has been done into how the Scots law on financial provision on divorce is used in practice. A new project aims to put that right
A ruling against a party seeking interdict to prevent alleged repeated abuse of the adjudication process poses difficulties for the innocent
The tribunal system is becoming more like the courts, but is that an advantage? This article weighs up the factors