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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

Hate crime: an open letter

Solicitor protests against ineffective action by authorities against child homophobia

Corroboration: the soap opera continues

Mr MacAskill's proposed course is no way to make law

Does the Society expect me to work for free?

What the guidance on collecting legal aid contributions actually means

The last hope for corroboration?

It should be in the interests of all parties lobbying on the corroboration issue to take up the Law Society of Scotland's invitation to talks

Corroboration: room for modification?

The corroboration rule is needed as a safeguard, but there could be scope to review its application difficult cases

Stand up for our rights

Politicians' comments show how much the European Convention is needed

Legal aid contracting: "no comment" is best

Solicitors should not indicate agreement without proper information

Let the talking begin

Be prepared for tough talks over legal aid contracting - but at least there will be talks

Faith in our schools

The easy, but clearly wrong, criticism of denominational schools