Engaging with the controversial “English Votes for English Laws” proposals to try to separate the actual provisions from some of the misconceptions surrounding the debate
Can a man sue for being falsely told that he is (or is not) the father of a child? Two prosecutions, one in Scotland, one in the USA, prompt interesting questions in delict
The at times conflicting approaches of the two bills on fatal accident inquiries – one Government, one member's – currently before the Scottish Parliament
The author considers a recent English case rejecting a party's late application to refer a dispute to arbitration, and whether the Scottish rules would be likely to produce the same result
This month's selection of leisure reading, chosen by the Journal's book review editor
In this issue
- A touch of EVEL
- Dad or undad: liability for paternity fraud
- FAIs – for what purpose?
- Too late to change your mind?
- Reading for pleasure
- Opinion: Beverley McLachlin
- Book reviews
- President's column
- Examination question
- People on the move
- Sheriffdom of Scotland
- Loans and financing throughout your career
- Courts reform: we have lift-off
- 2020: a changing prospect
- Purpose-driven women
- Under the hammer
- Sentencing shifts?
- Holiday headaches
- Married to the land?
- Rights before the regulator
- Time to get your pensions house in order
- Scottish Solicitors Discipline Tribunal
- Digesting the Community Empowerment Act
- Advice on tap
- Epilepsy training DVD helps spot the signs
- Law reform roundup
- From the Brussels office
- Your price – what's on the menu?
- Double danger
- Ask Ash
- Courts: the when and how
- Complaints go online
- What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas
- Pro bono: a helping hand