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Gillen: Realistic Reform or Missed Opportunity?

In this post, David Lorimer (PhD candidate) analyses a new Northern Irish report into reforming the law on serious sexual offences. Lorimer argues what is law for the accused should be law for the complainer.

The latest Gillen Report to the Criminal Justice Board on reform of the law on serious…

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The balance of trust

Should Gavin Williamson, former defence secretary, be prosecuted under the Official Secrets Act for leaking confidential information from the National Security Council? Or was he wrongly found guilty of leaking by a ‘kangaroo court’, as he has claimed?

This story – reported by the BBC here – brings together a range of important legal…

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World IP Day 2019: A Question of "Sport"

In celebration of World IP Day 2019 the Aberdeen Centre for Commercial Law arranged for a short series of informal presentations to discuss the interconnection of Intellectual Property with this year’s theme: sport.

Professor Abbe Brown blew the starting whistle, by serving up a discussion of…

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Global Challenges, interdisciplinary solutions: Law, Chemistry and Biodiversity beyond National Jurisdiction

The potential of the oceans’ raw materials, which scientific expertise can transform into invaluable products to benefit society, offers rich opportunities. As 64% of the surface of the oceans is beyond the control of states, questions result as to who benefits from product development and where responsibilities lie regarding Marine…

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