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