Two replies to Professor Crerar's article supporting the Roberton reforms, and a brief rejoinder from the professor
The Court of Appeal found a Nikah-only marriage to be a “non-marriage” under English law, leaving it powerless to grant economic redress on its breakdown. Could a Scottish court provide a remedy?
Scotland plays host to the world’s arbitrators with the ICCA Congress in May. What will it bring – and is arbitration thriving here at present? The Journal met Lindy Patterson QC
In association with the Law Society of Scotland's accountancy partners: the Society’s member services now include its first accountancy partners, as it encourages solicitors to seek business advice
In the month of International Women’s Day, is law still a man’s world? Research illustrates that much needs to change, at societal as well as professional level, for that no longer to hold true