The way music, memes and news articles are shared online could be affected by a controversial vote in the European Parliament to overhaul copyright law.
A charity has urged the Scottish Government to introduce legislation to allow tougher sentences for crimes against older people.
The doctor at the centre of a court case raised by relatives of a former patient has offered her condolences to the family after a court ruling found her to be “professionally negligent and breaching the duties of care which she owed”.
Family of Fort William heart attack victim successfully sue GP for failing to diagnose health problem
The family of a man who died from a heart attack have been awarded damages from a “negligent” doctor who failed to properly diagnose his health problems.
Men’s welfare campaigners fear an “unconscious bias” is causing police to ignore psychological abuse of vulnerable men by a partner and focus only on female victims.
An Aberdeen-based HR and employment law firm Empire has been acquired by Law At Work (Law) creating Scotland’s leading consultancy company in the fields.
Home Secretary Amber Rudd has announced a fresh crackdown on so-called “county lines” drug dealing, which reaches out into the north-east.
Students at Robert Gordon University have beaten their local rivals in a fiercely contested law competition for the third year in a row.
A sheriff who presided over Aberdeen’s courtrooms during the flourishing of the oil industry is being mourned following his death at the age of 92.
North-east law students could shed new light on one of history’s most infamous killers - 130 years on from the spree of murders which gained him notoriety.
It was an image which caused outrage across Scotland in 2014: the sight of lions and tigers locked in cages in freezing conditions in Fraserburgh.
Aberdeen University law lecturer Malcolm Combe takes the view that every student who graduates is another success story to be celebrated.
In the days leading up to Emily Drouet's move up to Aberdeen to start university, her parents took her on a big shopping trip - filling up two cars with items to help her feel at home in a new city.
Two north-east legal firms will go head-to-head in a musical contest, all in the name of good causes.
Facebook has failed to stop legal action over a picture of a naked 14-year-old girl that was posted on its site.
Brodies’ recently expanded personal and family law team in Aberdeen proposes an alternative New Year’s resolution – a review of important areas of your life that need to be kept fit for purpose to protect your assets and family relationships.
Much has been commented upon in recent weeks about the struggles facing the north-east oil and gas industry, particularly in relation to the ongoing rounds of redundancies.
The top law official at Aberdeen City Council is leaving the local authority "by mutual consent" later this year.
A Moray mother who went through hell at the hands of an abusive partner is calling for laws that "work against victims" to be scrapped as a matter of urgency.
A Scots law firm with offices in Aberdeen and Inverness said it enjoyed its strongest performance in eight years but was concerned about a legal skills shortage becoming "acute".
Anti-stalking campaigners have condemned a court's decision not to jail a north-east man who hounded a woman he had met on an internet dating site.