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Category Archives: Supreme Court
I have just sent off my submission to the Commons Select Committee on Political and Constitutional Reform in response to their inquiry on the future of devolution in the United Kingdom, in the light of the referendum result. The Committee’s … Continue reading
The Supreme Court has handed down its judgement in the case of AXA Insurance v. Lord Advocate, in which insurance giants and bad losers AXA sought to strike down the Damages (Asbestos-related Conditions) (Scotland) Act 2009 on the basis that … Continue reading
This month’s SCOLAG Legal Journal features the six monthly Education Law Update (2011 SCOLAG 47). It includes summaries of the following cases: A v. Essex County Council  UKSC 33 KP v. Herfordshire County Council  UKUT 233 (AAC) NG-I … Continue reading
The Supreme Court has today published guidance on its practice relating to the use of “live text based communications” (e.g. twitter), in the context of ongoing public and professional debate on the issue. Because cases before the Supreme Court do … Continue reading
Surprisingly, many Court of Session and Supreme Court judges write like horror author, HP Lovecraft. Continue reading