20 Feb 2013
Views of children Recent cases concerning the views of children or evidence concerning children, and a report on a study about taking children's views into account.
4 Jan 2013
Robin Hood Airport and the Merry Men of UKBA We have all heard stories of a health and safety culture gone mad, with jobsworths seeing serious risks in harmless situations. Jim Herd explores the recent news about events at Robin Hood Airport.
19 Jun 2012
So, who gets the house then? Despite death being as inevitable as taxes, it is surprising that there are still some seemingly quite commonly-encountered areas of executry practice where the law is unclear.
25 May 2012
Looking into the past A new decision considers the relevance of the ancestry of matrimonial property to a claim that special circumstances exist justifying unequal sharing.
28 Mar 2012
Damages: Who Decides How Much? Jury trials to decide the level of damages have been a feature of Scots law since the nineteenth century. There are regular spasms of activity, when the level of jury awards are challenged and, more recently, an attempt has been made to strike at the conc
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