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New GMC test centre will increase capacity for overseas doctors

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The General Medical Council (GMC) is to open a new test centre in Manchester, doubling its ... read more

UK fingerprinting kits to help in fight against illegal wildlife trade

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Foreign Office Minister Mark Field visited the London office of the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) for the official handover of 100 forensic ... read more

University of Glasgow unveils photo of the first woman solicitor in the UK

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She was the first woman solicitor in the UK. But despite this amazing achievement only limited information survives about Madge Easton Anderson. ... read more

Supreme Court says Trade Mark owners should bear the costs of implementing blocking injunctions

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The Supreme Court has ruled that trade mark owners should indemnify ISPs for the costs incurred in blocking access to websites that infringe their marks. The decision, in ... read more

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Essential for any forensics professional, Forensics Europe Expo is the must-attend event to learn about and source the very latest technologies on the ... read more

Thinking of going to court? Skilled witnesses must remain independen

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Estate agency guidance for money laundering supervision

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How to help prevent money laundering and terrorist financing if you’re an estate ... read more

Experts’ Meetings – Know Your Opponent

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From Therapist's Chair to Courtroom: understanding Tort Law Psychology by Hugh Koch

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From Therapist's Chair to Courtroom: understanding Tort Law Psychology by Hugh Koch ... read more

AI will free-up solicitors, report says

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) will free up solicitors from lower-level work to carry out more complex tasks, a new report concludes. ... read more