Trainee Recruitment 2016 – Applications Now Welcome

Applications are now invited for traineeships with Drummond Miller LLP, commencing in July 2016. (Our application process for 2015 traineeships is already closed). Whilst academic achievement is important, it is... Read More >

Family Law: The Children and Young People (Scotland) Act 2014: The named person – a justified interference with family life?

The Children and Young People (Scotland) Act 2014 applies to all children and young people in Scotland. The Scottish Government has tried to strengthen the rights of children and young... Read More >

Litigation: The Court’s Power to Declare a Signed Document Void

There are many documents that once executed (signed) can only be declared void (legally known as "declarator and reduction") by an order from the Court of Session in Edinburgh -... Read More >

Employment: How is Holiday Pay Calculated?

Earlier this month, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) published their decision inBear Scotland v Fulton and others (Bear Scotland Ltd v Fulton and another; Hertel (UK) Ltd v Wood and... Read More >

Immigration Law: What’s in store in 2015?

Jacqueline Moore, Deputy Head of Immigration Law and head of our Glasgow Immigration Team takes a look at the key issues likely to impact on immigration law this year. A... Read More >

Family Law: Divorce and Separation: Special Circumstances

It is the most popular time of year for engagements and when newly wed couples tie the knot, you will often hear the expression "What's mine is yours". This holds... Read More >

Clinical Negligence: A Doctor’s Character & Other Complaints – Are these relevant?

Many solicitors in the field will be familiar with clients who make claims against a doctor and tell stories of friends who have suffered at the hands of the same... Read More >