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Dean calls for debate on recognising economic and social rights

Human Rights Day lecture suggests possible role for courts

UK wins two Human Rights Court decisions

Hearsay evidence and anti-terrorism rulings in Government's favour

Independence referendum well run, Electoral Commission reports

Legislating well in advance "underpinned effective delivery"

Criminal convictions up 4% in latest year, new figures show

Driving offences behind first rise in seven years

Business rates appeal system up for review

Ministers invite views on how to speed up process

Campaigners mount last ditch plea for Haddington Sheriff Court

Plea to new Justice Secretary to reverse closure decision

Holyrood elections to include 16 and 17 year olds

Cameron agrees to devolve power in meeting with Sturgeon

AiB reports sharp rise in diligence use

Diligence up 11%, summary warrants up 20% in 2013-14

Young lawyers' essay competition opens again

Court reform challenges theme for 2015 SYLA/WS Society contest

Mediation bringing quicker complaint resolution: SLCC annual report

Compensation figures average £1,000 a day in 2013-14

Society provides advice over advance notice difficulties

Limited letters of obligation may still be appropriate

Eilidh Wiseman elected next Law Society vice president

Former head of employment team at Dundas and Wilson takes up role in May