For ease of reading on the device of your choice, you can also access this issue of the Journal, presented in its usual page layout, in two formats:

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Proposals by two specialists in the area for reform of Court of Session IP litigation practice have been well received by practitioners and have been put to the Scottish Civil Justice Council
The author believes most current LLB teaching involves too much detail at the expense of context, and hopes to start a debate on the merits of a transactional approach in its place
Draft rules have been published for the licensing of short-term lets – but they do not always fit well with the statutory framework within which they sit, and could cause practical difficulties
We’re stuck in lockdown, again, and it’s winter. The Journal took a mini-survey of how people are coping and hopes the responses might be of use to others
Introducing the landmark Act to improve forensic medical services for victims of rape and sexual assault