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Axiom Christmas opening hours

Axiom will be operating a skeleton staff and be open as follows during the festive period:- 24th December: 9am to 12 noon 25th December: Closed 26th December: Closed 27th December: 10am to 4pm 3...

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New Senator of College of Justice

Axiom is delighted to congratulate Sean Smith QC on his appointment as a Senator of the College of Justice. Sean will take up his appointment on 17th February 2020. Sean Smith was educated at Flora S...

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David Whitehouse and Paul Clark v The Chief Constable and The Lord Advocate [2019] CSIH 52

A five judge bench of the Inner House has unanimously held that the Lord Advocate does not have immunity from civil law suit for malicious prosecution. David Whitehouse and Paul Clark each claim dama...

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Axiom the “go-to” stable, “boasting an unrivalled bench of experienced commercial advocates”

Axiom is delighted to observe that the set has been ranked as a band 1 set in 12 different practice areas with members receiving an outstanding 119 rankings. Administrative and public Axiom Advocate...

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Home to ‘the strongest collection of expertise at the Scottish Bar in relation to public law”’

Axiom Advocates is delighted with its recent rankings and praise featured in the new edition of Legal 500. Axiom is cited as ‘Probably the pre-eminent commercial litigation stable in Scotland&r...

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Joanna Cherry and others v the Advocate General for Scotland - Key involvement from numerous Axiom members in landmark constitutional case

In the recent case of Joanna Cherry and others v the Advocate General for Scotland, a number of members from Axiom Advocates were instructed for various parties as the case made its way through the Sc...

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