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Exploring The Nexus Between Energy, Food Security and Climate Change in Africa-
The Global South Research Law Network, School of Law, University of Aberdeen presents their inaugural event which will explore intersections between Energy, Food Security, and Climate Change Law in Africa.
The Right to Disconnect: Creating Space for a New Term Implied by Law-
A French labour law commenced in 2017 attempting to preserve a ‘right to disconnect’, requiring companies with 50 employees or more to negotiate policies about work-related communications with employees outside work. This legislation points to a universal problem, equally affecting employees beyond France. The expectation to stay connected out-of-hours is...
Citizenship and Borders: The Meaning and Cost of 'Belonging' through the Lenses of the 'Public' and 'Private'-
Joint Seminar with a Guest Scholar Organised by the ACCPIL with the Support of CIRSUL
Developing a Model Anti-SLAPP Law for Scotland-
The Anti-SLAPP Research Hub, University of Aberdeen warmly invites you to attend our forthcoming workshop 'Developing a Model Anti-SLAPP Law for Scotland'
Book presentation: China's Foreign Investment Legal Regime: Toward China's Development Goals-
Abstract: China’s foreign investment legal regime encompasses its domestic laws governing inward and outward investments, investment protection treaties, and the special rules of the Belt and Road Initiative. After more than four decades’ continued effort in building and reforming the regime, it is worth considering whether the regime works as expected...
SGSAH Seminar "IntERConnecting: a chat with ERC scholars on the role of interdisciplinarity in legal research"-
The webinar aims to offer PGR students a clearer and inspiring view on how interdisciplinarity can be developed in legal studies, putting them in conversation with successful European Research Council (ERC) researchers.Our guest speakers will be Dr Louisa Rosemary Park (Associate Professor of Political Sociology at the University of Trento),...
Diversity & Inclusiveness In International Arbitration: Challenges, Progress and Excuses-
The School of Law ED&I Committee presents the inaugural event in our EDI in Law events series.
Law and the Future: Managing the Increased Resort to Technology-
The School of Law is delighted to host the second SCOTLIN* conference on the 27th and 28th of March 2023.
Negotiation of International Wind Power Contract - a personal perspective-
This lecture is rooted in my personal experience negotiating international wind power contracts. It starts with a short presentation of some useful negotiation theory before presenting some of the particularity of construction contracts and renewable energy execution contracts. Finally I will present some interesting “war stories” and share with the...
Cross-Border Litigation in Central Europe: EU Private International Law Before National Courts-
In this webinar, we will focus on the practical application and the challenges of EU Private International Law in the Member States and present the research findings of the multi-year EU-funded CEPIL project carried out by six universities and covering ten Central European Member States. The book presenting the project’s...