The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has, today (27 November) heard legal arguments on the question of whether the UK's Article 50 notification of its intention to leave the EU may be unilaterally revoked. The hearing followed failed attempts on the part of UK Government earlier this month to appeal the decision of the Scottish Courts to refer the question of law to the CJEU for an answer. You can read the oral and written submissions made on behalf of MPs Tom Brake and Chris Leslie here.
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Harper Macleod is delighted to lend support to blind golfer Barry McCluskey as he aims to make the cut at the top level of the sport.
The question of whether the UK can unilaterally revoke its notification of withdrawal from the EU is a step closer to being answered after the deadline passed for written statements and observations to be submitted to the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU). Jennifer Jack, a Partner at Harper Macleod, is part of a team of leading Scottish and English lawyers, representing two Westminster MPs in this high profile case.
Marking the 30th anniversary of Harper Macleod in 2018, The Herald newspaper has carried an exclusive interview with the firm's Chairman and founder Professor Lorne Crerar.
Members of the legal profession and the judiciary are being invited to a special event examining what new research into childhood adversity means for the justice system. The family law team at Harper Macleod have teamed up with Children 1st for a screening of Resilience - a ground-breaking documentary which delves into the science of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs). See details of the event below.