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  • Know Your Enemy (or at least, your debtor)

    Time was, you’d go to court and maybe jail for owing somebody money. Until the late nineteenth century, every year the debtors courts throughout the UK would lock up thousands of people who were unable or unwilling to pay their debts. In recent times, the ignominy of debt has receded considerably if not entirely. Most of ...
  • What documents should I shred and what documents should I keep?

    I was visiting an elderly client recently and after our usual chat over a cup of tea and Chelsea bun I set about helping her clear the mounds of paperwork which were covering every work space in the kitchen and every surface of all downstairs tables. There were piles of assorted filing spewing forth from ...
  • School Mock Court Case Project

    Two of our trainee and one of our newly qualified solicitors were delighted to volunteer in The School Mock Court Case Project, a national cross-curricular event encompassing a range of subjects- from art to journalism, debating and writing skills, to name just a few. The purpose of the exercise was to allow private businesses to ...
  • Cycle Safety in Glasgow

    Last year at Doors Open Day my friend and I visited The White House Inn on Maryhill Road, Glasgow  which has now been taken over by Free Wheel North, an organisation working towards a fairer, healthier society by encouraging people of all ages and abilities to walk and cycle as part of their everyday life. ...

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