Monthly Archives: June 2013

The road to land reform, but where is it going?

A mini-blog, which serves as no more than a signpost to my recent contribution to the Journal of the Law Society of Scotland on the Interim Report of the Land Reform Review Group. Enjoy.

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Scottish University Law Clinic Network 2013

In June 2012, some intrepid Scottish law students and supportive non-students were involved in the first Scottish University Law Clinic Network event at the University of the West of Scotland. This brought together the five law schools hosting active student … Continue reading

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Land Reform Review Group Adviser Appointment

The Scottish Parliament held a debate on land reform on 5 June 2013. Although there have been occasions where Holyrood has blethered about land reform recently (the tenth anniversary of the Isle of Gigha’s community buyout being one such time), … Continue reading

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