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A major conference has been held on the future of civil litigation given the technology developed during COVID-19, discussion focusing on how extensively remote hearings should be used longer term
The Scottish Government is likely to take forward new human rights laws to address pressing social and environmental challenges. The author describes the background, and the far-reaching implications
Session Cases is celebrating its bicentenary. Emma Toner, the current editor, and Jackie McRae, chair of its publishers, told the Journal why it retains a leading position today
In the first case of its kind in the UK, the Inner House has provided important guidance on renewal of agreements under the Electronic Communications Code, with a win for operators
Scots law is out on a limb in not granting complainers in sexual offence cases the automatic right to anonymity, and we have founded a campaign to have this remedied as a matter of urgency