Home Office “marriage interviews”, and related procedures, frequently present as conducted in an unfair manner, and require well prepared legal representation to safeguard the couple's interests
An overview of the Scottish Law Commission's recent recommendations for the reform of trusts law, explaining why reform is needed
Charities and not-for-profit organisations used to cash holdings need to rethink their investment strategy in the current low interest era
SYLA's intrepid delegate at the European Young Bar Association Spring Conference describes the action in Aix-en-Provence.
Recent highlights from the Scottish Young Lawyers' Association's programme, particularly “Women in Law”
In this issue
- Sham marriages v Sham interviews: which is the greater evil?
- A trusts law for the modern era?
- When cash just isn't good enough
- Un voyage en vaut la peine*: SYLA does France
- SYLA ends season on a high
- Appreciation: John Henderson
- Reading for pleasure
- Opinion: Mohammed Sabir
- Book reviews
- President's column
- People on the move
- Application forms: should the seller adjust?
- When sharing matters
- After the launch
- Game of strategies
- Broken promises
- Charity legacies: the 10% conundrum
- Another "Whose money?" case
- Barrister barred
- Rearranging the family ties
- Belief in the system
- Living by the code
- The sky's the limit
- Unfinished business
- Law reform roundup
- Appreciation: Joseph Beltrami
- LBTT: what does it mean in practice?
- For those of a certain age
- Claims: trending?
- Ask Ash
- A man for all reasons
- The "TER approach"