Journal editorial May 2021

A reply to Graeme McCormick

Journal editorial May 2021

A bit of flexibility and imagination can achieve things this year, whether for a business in the face of Brexit or for employees to improve their work-life balance, and wellbeing

Journal editorial May 2021

The Society's annual plan should include projects to enhance Scots law and its relevance to Scotland's people

Journal editorial May 2021

Depressing divisions and a lack of clear thinking dominate the Brexit scene. But (stop press) there is something positive in the official reaction to the legal aid review

Journal editorial May 2021

Wife shows how to use s 9 principles to win capital sum

Journal editorial May 2021

Having ordered a proof and heard some evidence, it had to conclude

Journal editorial May 2021

Contingent interest in share scheme counted once value known

Journal editorial May 2021

Sheriff held to have placed too great an onus on council

Journal editorial May 2021

Inner House allows council appeal in interests of child's welfare

Journal editorial May 2021

An objection to the information being required of already regulated solicitors under the new mandatory scheme

Journal editorial May 2021

Yes, Scots law differs from English in being based on principle

Journal editorial May 2021

The Society's position as regulator will come under renewed scrutiny following the Roberton report, but the report itself should equally be subjected to proper scrutiny