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Systematic Content Analysis of Judicial Decisions-
Systematic content analysis of legal texts consists of applying social science methods to case law research. According to Hall and Wright, there are three main phases of content analysis: 1) case selection and creation of a database; 2) coding of cases according to rigorous selection criteria; 3) analysis of the cases...
Crossroads in Private International Law Webinar: The Private Side of Transforming our World: UN Sustainable Development Goals 2030 and the Role of Private International Law-
Speaker: Prof Dr Verónica Ruiz Abou-Nigm, Chair of Private International Law, School of Law, University of Edinburgh Moderator: Prof Laura Carballo Piñeiro, Universida de Vigo In this webinar, we will focus on the role of private international law in implementing the sustainable development goals (SDGs) of the United Nations 2030 Agenda. The edited volume The Private...
LGBTQ inclusion Workshop at the School of Law-
The EDI committee would like to invite all interested students and staff members to an informal discussion on LGBT+ inclusion at the Law School. The Workshop will provide students and staff with the opportunity to share their experiences and make suggestions on how we might work together to make the...
Carbon-free Shipping and Shipping Carbon - Contracts in Context-
On 16th November, our Centre for Commercial Law is delighted to host Prof Stephen Girvin (Centre for Maritime Law, National University of Singapore) for his seminar on 'Carbon-free Shipping and Shipping Carbon - Contracts in Context'.
'Two-Track Pandemic' Indeed; Access to Covid-19 related Technologies and Justice-
The requirement of providing patent protection to pharmaceutical products as a result of the TRIPS agreement has been debated since the agreement entered into force. After HIV/AIDS epidemic, Covid-19 has sparked controversy between access to medicine and property rights one more time. India and South Africa proposed a temporal waiver...
Social, Legal, and Ethical Implications of Machines Learning about Our Emotions and Intentions-
Speaker: Dr Patricia Živković Moderator: Dr Luci Carey
Private international law's contribution to the regulation of Artificial Intelligence (AI): an EU perspective-
*This event is part of the 'Crossroads in Private International Law' webinar series, organised by the Centre for Private International Law.
International Law and Technological Progress Conference-
The University of Aberdeen is organising a third conference in International Law, following the conferences in the same field hosted by the University of Edinburgh in April 2019 and the University of Glasgow in May 2021. We thereby continue a series of successful conferences that aim to strengthen the leadership...
Webinar - Strategic Climate Change Litigation in the EU: Between Judicial Restraint and Proactive Judicial Policy-
*This is the first event in our new Crossroads in Private International Law webinar series, organised by the Centre for Private International Law. Nevena Jevremović, Honorary Lecturer, School of Law, University of Aberdeen Moderated by Professor Guillaume Laganière, Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM) The overall passivity of the individual states to take meaningful action...