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The Law Society of Scotland Directory of Expert Witnesses

An indispensible free online reference tool and the first point of call for solicitors, advocates, police the media and other professionals when they need to instruct an expert witness.
Click here to access this free searchable service.

Gloag and Henderson: The Law of Scotland - 14th EditionGloag and Henderson: The Law of Scotland (14th Edition)

Professor Hector MacQueen & The Right Hon Lord Eassie

First published in 1927, Gloag and Henderson is quite simply the work of reference on the law of Scotland. It is unique in providing the complete Scots private law library in one volume, with no other single legal title in Scotland offering the same level of coverage.

From the outset it has been distinguished by its clarity and accessibility and the high standing and expertise of contributors. The development of Scots law in the 20th and now in the 21st century can be traced through succeeding editions of the textbook.

Available in Hardback, eBook and as an eLibrary title through Westlaw UK

Juridical Review

The Law Journal of the Scottish Universities
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