A recent Court of Appeal ruling on the application of legal professional privilege to internal investigations has reversed a decision that had caused the profession serious concern
Considering the latest Civil Justice Statistics, can it yet be said whether the civil court reforms are having an impact on the number of actions raised?
Recent cases demonstrate the differences between the Scottish and English approaches to fraudulent exaggeration of a damages claim
Solicitors with experience of exercising the right to access environmental information are invited to help a research project being run by the University of Dundee
A General Medical Council review, to which the Society has responded, highlights the lack of clarity regarding criminal prosecutions of doctors