Monthly Archives: August 2010

Fishing in troubled waters

Scots Law News is always interested by Anglo-Scottish cross-border issues (see previously here and here), but was especially fascinated by the latest episode concerning fishings on the River Esk, reported by the BBC on 29 August 2010. The source of … Continue reading

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The Bible in Scots law

Only with the greatest hesitancy does Scots Law News enter into the discussion of Lord Mackay of Clashfern's support for the Scottish Bible Society's leaflet on "The Bible in Scots Law" and its statement that the Bible is a "foundational … Continue reading

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Some late summer reading

Scots Law News hasn't made a practice of carrying book reviews, and this post isn't intended to start one; but two books that recently crossed your correspondent's desk were sufficiently out of the ordinary run to seem to call for … Continue reading

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