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Contact Child Line

If you are a young person who has been speaking online with other people and felt unsafe, worried and bullied, please contact Child Line on 0800 1111, the Centre advice free line on 0800 328 8970 from landline and 0300 3301421 from a mobile, Police on 999 in case of...

New COVID-19 emergency legislation

New COVID-19 emergency legislation

New COVID-19 emergency legislation has received a Royal Assent and includes provisions related to Children’s Hearing System and many more. To read the full text of the Act please follow the link below: https://www.legislation.gov.uk/asp/2020/7/contents/enacted

Lord President issues his Guidance on COVID-19

Lord President issues his Guidance on COVID-19

Lord President issues his Guidance on COVID-19 and compliance with court orders relating to parental responsibilities and rights. To read the guidance please follow the link below:...

New form F9: worth the wait?

New form F9: worth the wait?

Our Solicitor Kirstin Hudson has written an article on “New form F9: worth the wait?”. To read the full article please follow the link below. https://www.lawscot.org.uk/members/journal/issues/vol-64-issue-05/new-form-f9-worth-the-wait/

ACEs High, or Low?

ACEs High, or Low?

Our Director Irina Beaton has written an article on “ACEs High, or Low?”. To read the full article please follow the link below https://www.lawscot.org.uk/members/journal/issues/vol-64-issue-08/aces-high-or-low/

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