About Us

Since the Acts of Union in 1707, Scotland has shared much legislation with the rest of the United Kingdom, but has retained a fundamentally different legal system, known as Scot’s Law. Legal processes, and some legislation is not compatible with the rest of the United Kingdom, and separate legal advice and representation is necessary.

Scot’s Law as it is known represents a lengthy and depp divide from the governing body in the UK and is, in the opinion of many on both sides of the borders, the basis for the Scottish National Party’s assertion for independence.