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Morally bankrupt?

The leaders of failed law firms have made serious mistakes, but suggesting they are also immoral is unreasonable. Read my latest comment piece in the The Journal of the Law Society of Scotland here.

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Love my tender

In the battle to win work, knowing human nature is more important than knowing the law. Read my latest comment piece in the The Journal of the Law Society of Scotland here.

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At the boundary's edge

Tim Marshall’s bestseller, Prisoners of Geography, looks at how countries’ foreign policy is shaped profoundly by their physical landscape. Read my latest comment piece in the The Journal of the Law Society of Scotland here.

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Rainmaking: a team game

There is a direct link between lawyers’ fear of failure and their general ineptitude at selling themselves. Read my latest comment piece in the The Journal of the Law Society of Scotland here.

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Turn on the black box

A couple of months ago in this column I discussed the parallels between practising medicine and practising law, Read my latest comment piece in the The Journal of the Law Society of Scotland here.

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