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Life is hard for many would-be trainee or NQ solicitors at present, but advice is on hand from new lawyers during the 2008 recession who found their chosen paths blocked, but have since made good
The bill to incorporate the UNCRC into Scots law is a first for the Scottish Parliament, a major step forward for children’s rights, and a precedent for the wider human rights framework
Naturally, this year’s Law and Technology Conference went online – and had no shortage of topical subjects to air
From 7 November parents who hit their children will be committing an offence. The author explores the background to the new law, its implementation and why any legal challenge is unlikely to succeed
As efforts to contain the coronavirus pandemic continue, the importance of parliamentary sovereignty and accountability should be recognised by ministers introducing or extending emergency regulations