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Urgent action needed on prosecution service resources, Faculty claims

Evidence submission also criticises "blurring" of public interest

Scottish ministers to promote law for gay sex conviction pardons

Automatic formal pardon to come for activities now legal

Solicitors up with IT despite security worries, Society finds

Technology audit report launched at cyber conference

Oil slump puts the brakes on Ledingham Chalmers' figures

Turnover down 2%, and profits 12%, in 2015-16

Brexit makes business more difficult, top law firms believe

The Lawyer survey reports top 200 predict tougher times in 2016-17

Domestic abuse figures show 3% dip in latest year

Only 51% of reported incidents recorded as crime

Advocates sign up for nursing and midwifery disciplinary training

Scheme underway to help those needing representation at hearings

MSPs taking evidence on crofting reform priorities

Views invited from crofters and expert advisers

Artificial intelligence used to predict Human Rights Court decisions

University researchers achieve 79% accuracy through computer analysis

"Gay cake" discrimination ruling upheld by N Ireland appeal court

Bakers' religious beliefs did not justify refusal to accept order

Businesses ignorant of unfair terms rules, CMA survey reports

Research supports new campaign on treating customers fairly

Big firms achieving slower growth in tough market, PwC reports

Top 100 survey finds falling profit margins