The particular skills that have to be brought to bear on both sides, particularly in rape cases where complainer and accused know each other
In-house interview with the principal solicitor at BBC Scotland: “What I most enjoy are the creativity and adrenalin of newsrooms, courts and productions.”
Case study of a successful intervention by the Equality & Human Rights Commission against a service failure by a health board
New guidelines produced by the Sentencing Council (England & Wales) on penalties in health and safety and food safety cases are likely to impact on Scotland
Lessons from two recent cases on whether adjudicators have gone beyond their remit
In this issue
- Advocacy skills in domestic abuse and rape cases
- Life on the edge
- Signs of equality
- What price on safety failures?
- Off on a frolic? Reining in adjudicators
- Reading for pleasure
- Opinion: Christine O'Neill
- Book reviews
- President's column
- Embracing the change
- People on the move
- Thumbs up for LBTT forms
- In five years' time...
- DAS ist gut (for business)?
- Legal aid: time for a rethink
- Holiday pay: turning up the heat
- Law reform: a new era?
- Hearings and the foster parent
- Experts: where to draw the line
- The appliance of science?
- Planning/environment briefing: 2014 – a retrospective
- Slice of luck for house buyers
- Scottish Solicitors Discipline Tribunal
- No bar to working together
- Dilapidations: reinstating the law
- AWI guardianship court for Edinburgh
- Law reform roundup
- Lawyers as leaders
- How did that claim arise?
- Ask Ash
- Head and shoulders above
- New year, new rules