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Winners celebrate on Law Awards night

Honours shared but three firms double up

Throwing urine at sheriff attracts four year sentence

Unruly prisoner reacted to decision of court convened in cell area

Retired solicitor given home curfew for attempt to pervert

Husband tried to cover for wife's drink driving

Human rights body backs UN "bedroom tax" rapporteur

Call for welfare reform to be assessed against human rights impact

SLAB extends videolink consultation pilot

Interested firms invited to apply for second phase

Finance Committee gives backing to Landfill Tax Bill

Stage 1 report supports general principles, but asks questions of ministers

Legal firm claims survey shows few lender-borrower conflicts

McVey & Murricane challenges "sep rep" supporters to say why they act now

Taylor proposals will improve access to justice: Society

Further consideration to be given to referral fee and other aspects

Funding "obstacles" to litigation should be removed, says Taylor review

Report recommends damages-based agreements and more predictable costs

"Historic abuse" trial not inevitably unfair, appeal court rules

Sheriff reversed on approved school charges dating from 1970s

SLAB to report in October to Government on contracting

Presentation to Glasgow seminar now available online

Brent Haywood appointed to lead DWF Biggart Baillie

Edinburgh litigation partner named as executive partner