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Women in prison: is the penal system fit for purpose?

You're invited to our forthcoming panel discussion: Women in prison: is the penal system fit for purpose? Date: 11th November 2014 Time: 6pm registration. 6.30pm start. Please join us for drinks and networking following the event Venue: Prince Philip House Keynote speaker: Felicity Gerry … [Read More...]

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Wearable technology – the impact on society and privacy

You’re invited to our forthcoming panel discussion: Wearable technology – the impact on society and privacy. Date: 4th November 2014 Time: 6.30pm registration. 6.50pm start. Please join us for drinks and networking following the event Venue: Royal College of Physicians Museum Panellists … [Read More...]

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New rights for victims of crime

Victims will have the right to tell the court how they have been affected by a crime as part of a major set of reforms announced by the Justice Secretary. They will also receive better information and support with the introduction of a nationwide Victims’ Information Service, making it easier for … [Read More...]

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Scottish Referendum – implications for employment law

How could employment law be affected by an independent Scotland? Aside from the need to monitor and assess changes in legislation and update and advise clients accordingly, which is routine for solicitors, there may be the need for other business-related advice, depending on how clients react to … [Read More...]