University launches new topical podcast series
The University of Aberdeen has launched a news-based podcast series exploring the current stories making the press.
Legal academics from around the world gather in Aberdeen for the second SCOTLIN Conference
The University of Aberdeen hosted the second SCOTLIN conference last month, an annual event fostering debate and knowledge exchange on law and innovation across Scotland.
University of Aberdeen law student among the top 10 in the UK
Aberdeen law student Hamza Afzal is one of 10 finalists and the only Scottish student in the running for the prestigious Undergraduate Future Lawyer of the Year Awards 2023.
Law students talk themselves into winning position
University of Aberdeen law students have triumphed for a third consecutive year in the Scottish finals of an international competition that pits the country's best budding negotiators against each other.
Dr Daria Shapovalova took part in the Arctic Frontiers Abroad Conference
On Friday, 17th March, Aberdeen welcomed the Arctic Frontiers Abroad conference organised in Scotland for the first time. It was a spin off of a larger conference taking place in Tromsø (Norway) and aimed to spotlight the cooperation between the Arctic States and Scotland (most northerly non-Arctic nation) in the...
Landmark agreement strengthening Scotland-Arctic relations signed in Aberdeen
The University of Aberdeen hosted the signing of a landmark document that will strengthen long term Scotland-Arctic mutual collaboration, with the establishment of a University of the Arctic (UArctic) Regional Centre operated by the Scottish Arctic Network (ScAN).
School of Law Academics Contribute to Edited Collection on the Rule of Law for Oceans
Dr Mitchell Lennan (AUCEL, ACCPIL) and Dr Constantinos Yiallourides (Lecturer Macquarie University Law School; Honorary Lecturer, Aberdeen Law School) have contributed chapters to an edited collection published open-access by Cambridge University Press. ‘The Environmental Rule of Law for Oceans – Designing Legal Solutions’ edited by Dr Froukje Maria Platjouw (Norwegian Institute for Water Research)...
Dr Adebola spoke at a Side Event to the 67th Session of the UN Commission on the Status of Women
Towards Closing the Gender Gap in Science, Technology and Innovation in Developing Countries: Side Event, 67th Session of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women
Dr Thomas L Muinzer recently published new peer reviewed research that was covered in the press
Dr Thomas L Muinzer (Co-Director, Aberdeen University Centre for Energy Law) has recently published new peer reviewed research on: Brexit, Energy Justice, and Ireland’s All-Island Energy Market; Energy Transition and the Maritime Sector: “Energy Justice Beyond Borders? Exploring the Impact of Brexit on Ireland’s All-Island Energy Market” https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1040619022001440 with Kirsten EH Jenkins (University of Edinburgh),...
The School of Law hosted two Taiwanese scholars as part of our Visiting Researchers Programme
The School of Law was delighted to host two prominent Taiwanese scholars, Yea-Jen Tseng, Professor of International Law at the Southern Taiwan University of Science and Technology, and Hsin-Chih Chen, Professor at the Department of Political Science at the National Cheng-Kung University, from 27 January to 6 February. Professor Tseng’s research...
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