Court of Session livestream hearings

Watch live Summar Roll hearings from the Inner House of the Court of Session. Upcoming hearings before the First and Second Divisions can be found in the schedule along with supporting case Summaries, and Judgments where available.

Livestream is available at the date and time shown.

Schedule of upcoming livestream hearings

"C" and "S" v Norman Shaw & another

Cases: PD216/21 & PD219/21
Date: Thursday, 5 October 2023

Hugh Hall Campbell KC (as representative party of the James Finlay (Kenya) Limited Tea Estate Workers Group Proceedings case) v James Finlay (Kenya) Limited

Cases: GP1/22, P305/22 and P657/22
Date: Wednesday, 11 October and Thursday, 12 October 2023

The General Medical Council v Dr Issam Fayeq Bassalat

Case: P275/23
Date: Wednesday, 18 October 2023

Roy Milne v The Parole Board for Scotland

Case: P1091/22
Date: Tuesday, 24 October 2023

Neil Robertson v Scottish Ministers

Case: P543/22
Date: Friday, 27 October 2023

Andrew Christie-Miller against a decision of Scottish Land Court

Case: XA22/23
Date: Tuesday, 31 October 2023

Cabot Financial (UK) Limited v Ryan Bell

Case: XA4/23
Date: Wednesday, 1 November 2023

Patrick Edwardson v The Scottish Ministers

Case: XA12/23
Date: Wednesday, 15 November 2023

Charles Bathgate v TECHNIP UK Limited & others

Case: XA18/23
Date: Wednesday, 22 November 2023

Petition of Ben Slee for Judicial Review

Case: P1014/22
Date: Thursday, 23 November 2023

Galbraith Trawlers v The Advocate General for Scotland

Case: XA21/23
Date: Wednesday, 29 November and Thursday, 30 November 2023

The Scottish Ministers v The Scottish Information Commissioner

Case: XA10/23
Date: Wednesday, 6 December 2023

Restrictions on livestreaming

Hearings are livestreamed as part of the Scottish Courts and Tribunals Service’s commitment to open justice.

The public and the media are welcome to view the proceedings.

Please note that recording, storing or broadcasting the proceedings is only possible if permitted under the law on fair dealing or if authorised by the Lord President under the Judicial Office for Scotland Broadcast Protocol.

Any unauthorised capture, re-use, re-editing or redistribution of the material could attract liability for breach of copyright, in addition to the possibility of contempt of court proceedings.

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