I have collated a reasonable selection of links
on this subject on the Advocates page of Scottish
Law Online. Simply click on the link to the left
to visit it. Sadly, few Advocates have chosen to
advertise their services online and to my knowledge
only one Stable of Advocates is presently online.
There is a large page on Scottish Law Online devoted
to banks and banking law. The page contains links
to banks in the UK and elsewhere as information
on the relevant regulatory bodies and links to the
branch locator pages of several of the banks.
Quite a comprehensive page on Scottish Law Online
already but if you are simply looking for addresses
and phone numbers then the following information
pages may be helpful. For information on Sheriff
Courts, the Quick
Guide to Sheriffdoms will be helpful. If you
want to jump straight to the address pages for courts,
choose these links: Court of Session, Sheriff
Tribunal for Scotland, Court
of the Lord Lyon, and for all the others, click
This is an online directory of UK expert witnesses.
The directory is split into Medical
There are also some useful articles
on the site relating to Expert Witnesses, their
role, duties and function.
The Scottish Law Online News Centre has many links
to online news, newspapers both worldwide and in
the UK, actual live newsfeeds and more. It should
probably be your first port of call if you are looking
for news about business issues in Scotland or in
Links to Individual Practice Areas are covered
on the A to
Z of the Law of Scotland pages of Scottish Law
Online. The pages cover everything from Arbitration
to Workplace Health and Safety.
There are links to the Professional Bodies in Scotland
and to the societies and other professional organisations
which provide their various services to lawyers.
These are all covered on the Conveyancing
page of An A to Z of the Law of Scotland.
Officers and Messengers-At-Arms
There is a page devoted to this area on Scottish
Law Online. Click to visit the Sheriff
Officers and Messengers-At-Arms page.
There is a page devoted to this on Scottish Law
Online. The most useful links that I have found
are for National Rail Enquiries, Scottish Citylink
and for Public Transport Information.