Posts in "International Law"

Posts in "International Law"

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Transnational Women's Legal History: A Case Study

This blog explores transnational women’s legal history. More specifically, it looks at a problematic element of historical defamation law affecting women, and how common law jurisdictions around the world were spurred to create legislation tackling this issue throughout the course of the nineteenth century. Thus, while this blog discusses private…

Published by School of Law, University of Aberdeen

Ex Aequo et Bono as the Applicable Law in International Arbitration: A Transnational Perspective

What is Transnational Law?

National approaches to international arbitration are often seen with reluctance. If anything, international arbitration is a legal field which encourages less national and more ‘transnational’ attitudes. The aim of this short piece is to explore manifestations of the use of transnational law in the context of…

Published by School of Law, University of Aberdeen

Tracing the Transnational Evolution of Commercial Law from History to Modern Insights in International Commercial Arbitration

This is the first post in the blog posts series entitled Perspectives on Law in a Transnational Context. The idea behind the blog post series is to explore the transnational tendencies in the application of laws and rules of law and critically assess their purpose from different legal and ethical…

Published by School of Law, University of Aberdeen

Public Engagement - Tales from the Deep Sea

 Professor Abbe Brown (Law) and Professor Marcel Jaspars (Chemistry) were awarded an Institutional Strategy Support Fund Award via the Wellcome Trust. This was to support public engagement activity, with a health focus, to sit alongside their contributions (long standing in the case of Marcel) to the negotiation of a new…

Published by School of Law, University of Aberdeen

Role of the United Nations in Responding to COVID-19

 

By Ulku Halatci Ulusoy (Assoc. Prof. Dr. Ankara University, Law School and Honorary Lecturer, University of Aberdeen)

The United Nations (UN), which was given the primary responsibility for protecting and ensuring international peace and security, is incapable of responding to COVID-19, as with many other issues.…

Published by School of Law, University of Aberdeen

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