Two well-known legal names in the north-east have joined forces to launch a new law practice in Aberdeen.
Alex Salmond has signalled he may defy MSPs’ calls to appear next week before the Holyrood inquiry examining the Scottish Government’s handling of harassment complaints against him.
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A leading Aberdeen solicitor has penned an open letter to the Scottish justice secretary warning underfunding has left the profession "on its knees".
Nicola Sturgeon's private secretary held two meetings with a female civil servant before she made a complaint against Alex Salmond, the former first minister has claimed.
David Wilkie-Thorburn told the 38-year-old mother-of-four, who is from India, he was the “head of prosecution in Grampian” and that he was “responsible for making prosecution decisions on immigration cases”.
Pupils at an Aberdeen primary school put together a business breakfast to give them a glimpse at possible future careers.
Harvey Weinstein could return to the entertainment industry and make “important, brilliant films”, his lawyer has said.
A lawyer who starred in globally popular true crime programme Making A Murderer is set to host a discussion in the Granite City later this year.
A North-east businessman has been fined for assaulting a man in an Aberdeen nightclub.
The cost of divorce in the UK is averaging more than £70,000 and rising, lawyers say.