The Centre for Energy Law is a Research Centre within the School of Law created in order to promote the research activities of the many members of the School having an interest in Energy Law matters, as well as fostering an environment for collaborative work.
In April of 1994 the School of Law at the University of Aberdeen approved the establishment of a Centre for the Study of the Civil Law Tradition. In 2009, after a break of a number of years, the Centre was relaunched with a broader remit. The Centre provides a single institution devoted to the study of the Civil law and the Civil tradition in modern legal systems.
Founded on 1 January 2012, the Centre for Private International Law at the Law School of the University of Aberdeen has been created because of the existing teaching and research excellence in the area of private international law. It seeks to promote the development of private international law, and to provide a platform for discussion of current issues in private international law.
Opportunities are available to study Master of Laws by Research (LLM) or Doctor of Philosophy (PhD).
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