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Letter: time to replace the oath?

A measure of choice should be retained for those giving evidence

Crack this one

Digitising summary criminal business is a tough nut to crack, but a bold attempt has been made

Letter: time to replace the oath

The court oath should be replaced with a secular equivalent suitable for all

Working with change

The spotlight is turning to making the court reforms work, but the profession will not be found wanting

Letting agent pleads guilty under Unfair Trading Regulations

Landlords held to be “consumers”, opening door to further cases

£42.20: four more years

Will the Society now stand up for legal aid practitioners?

Independent consideration needed for "Operation Sandwood" Lockerbie report

Lord Advocate and Crown Office would be "judge and jury in own cause"

You pay peanuts...

Why is the Scottish Government seemingly bent on undermining justice with its proposed Sheriff Appeal Court legal aid rates?

Letter: SLAB – beyond the law?

On what authority does SLAB make changes in entitlement to criminal legal aid, without legislation?

Legally unaided?

Clarification needed on the Society's legal aid discussion paper

Can criminal lawyers defend themselves?

Why do those who are expert at defending others have such a poor public image?

Letter: Masters of cross-examination

Mastery of the brief is the key to success, but personal style can play a part