It is crunch time in the Brexit process and we may soon know whether we will leave the EU with or without an agreement in place. Irrespective, solicitors need to prepare for the changes it will bring
The authors explain the Supreme Court's judgment on the Scottish Government's EU Legal Continuity Bill, and the options now facing the Government and Parliament
Addressing the World Congress on Adult Guardianship, the author examines factors hindering full implementation of the UN Disability Convention, and the inclusive approach that may mitigate these
The fuller version of the opinion article on the issues that should be particularly looked at by Dame Elish Angiolini's independent review
An investment manager offers five considerations for legal professionals managing trust funds on behalf of a client
In this issue
- Brexit: prepare for impact
- Continuity and compatibility
- The Disability Convention: clearing obstructions
- Policing review: the priorities
- Five investment practicalities for lawyers managing trusts
- Reading for pleasure
- Opinion: Aamer Anwar
- Book reviews
- Profile: Serena Sutherland
- President's column
- People on the move
- Lifting the lid on the law
- The article 50 case: how it happened
- Forum for business
- Relevant persons: an alternative
- Three ways to enhance digital innovation
- Brexit north of the border
- Roberton – a way forward?
- Interest that runs for years
- Minimum pricing: what next?
- A bill not as planned
- Consumer contracts, choice of law and time bar
- Entrepreneurs' relief: tightened too far?
- Scottish Solicitors' Discipline Tribunal
- In the name of justice
- Views from the bar
- Design the Journal front cover!
- Public policy highlights
- OPG update
- Police station interview training – an update
- Easier caution with Marsh online service
- Fantastic locums – and where to find them!
- Navigating competencies
- C1s – why they bounce
- Conference content?
- Turn on the black box
- Ask Ash