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Opening dialogue

Impressions from the Justice Secretary's visit to Council

Governments decide

And where legal aid is concerned, it takes a lot to force a change of mind

Dumfries lawyers back Edinburgh/Glasgow stand

Faculty believes Government's legal aid scheme "fatally flawed"

A representative legal profession: cornerstone of fairness and justice

Address to the reception at the Scottish Parliament for the Campaign for Fair Access to the Legal Profession

Closing submissions

Time to test whether the Scottish Court Service consultation on restructuring the courts is realistic in its ambitions

So what's new for justice?

What is the purpose of the new Government paper?

Damage limitation

Is the Parliament up to the job?

All in a week's news

Some observations on interesting legal-related events of the last few days

Conscience and the same-sex marriage debate

A plea for the right priorities as decisions are taken

Weight of evidence

Ministers should rethink rush to end corroboration

Independent no more?

The apparent loss of independence of the Crown in Scotland from the executive has diminished the reputation and standing of Scottish justice

Let the people speak - and soon!

Whether or not the concept of electoral “mandate” has any constitutional meaning, on precedent the Scottish independence referendum should be held as soon as possible