Blogs & opinions archive for 2013
- Posts in 2013
Is it wise to propose to include socio-economic rights in the constitution of an independent Scotland?
What the guidance on collecting legal aid contributions actually means
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
The profession, and the Society, has a remarkable ability to shoot itself in the foot
In the first of a regular blog about his conversations on Twitter, Neil Stevenson talks about his latest Twitter gaffe, and possible green shoots
The Society's lead player for criminal legal aid practitioners has been touring the country to hear solicitors' views at first hand
What should lawyers' employers do to combat the continuing inequalities revealed by the Profile of the Profession survey?
The corroboration rule is needed as a safeguard, but there could be scope to review its application difficult cases