The latest Scottish legal news from Drummond Miller
Lockdown Reflections - impact of Covid-19

Lockdown Reflections - the impacts of Covid-19

Linsey Ferguson, Partner, reflects on the impact the Covid-19 pandemic has had on aspects of her work and looks to the future. Read More >
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COVID-19 CORONAVIRUS – WE CONTINUE TO OPERATE

We would like to reassure all current and prospective clients that Drummond Miller remains open for business. We can’t pretend it is ‘business as usual’ but we have taken proactive... Read More >
Adapting to the challenges of Covid

Adapting to the challenges of Covid-19: A view from our support staff

In the latest article in our series on the experiences of lockdown, our Mailroom and Scanning Assistant David Turnbull provides his insights and experience. Read More >
Do grandparents have a “right” to see their grandchildren?

Do grandparents have a “right” to see their grandchildren?

Grandparents play a really important role in many children’s lives. So, do grandparents have a legal right to see their grandchildren? You might think the answer to that question is... Read More >
Training and Qualifying in a Pandemic

Lockdown Reflections - Training and Qualifying in a Pandemic

Lauren Mizen, a solicitor in our Immigration team, provides her perspective on training and qualifying during lockdown. Read More >
Reflections on lockdown – a new mum’s perspective

Lockdown Reflections – A New Mum’s Perspective

One year on from lockdown we have asked a number of staff to reflect on the challenges and opportunities of the last year. Associate Lorna Hale provides a new mum’s... Read More >
Biometric Residence Permit (‘BRP’)

Why does my Biometric Residence Permit (‘BRP’) expire on 31st December 2024 when I have leave beyond this date?

Why does my Biometric Residence Permit (‘BRP’) expire on 31st December 2024 when I have leave beyond this date? Read More >
Child Law - Common Terms and their Meaning

Child Law - Common Terms and their Meaning

Here are some common terms referred to in legal matters relating to children of separated parents. Read More >
Blog Proforma - Home Office announce the end of Covid-19 concession for right to work checks

Home Office announce the end of Covid-19 concession for right to work checks

On 20 April 2021, the Home Office announced the adjusted measures for right to work checks will come to an end on 16 May 2021. Read More >
Scottish Government Report outlines key focus areas for future Scottish migration

Scottish Government Report outlines key focus areas for future Scottish migration

This month the Scottish Government published their report A Scotland for The Future: The opportunities and challenges of Scotland's changing population in which the Scottish Government sets out its first... Read More >