Nicole Hampson Loen awarded the Sir Ian Good Leadership Award (SIGLA)
Congratulations to Nicole Hampson Loen, fourth year LLB (Hons) Law student, who was recently awarded the Sir Ian Good Leadership Award (SIGLA).
School of Law welcomes representatives of Hainan Chinese Justice Department on campus
A delegation of members of the Hainan Justice Department visited the School of Law this week to understand more about the Scottish Criminal Justice system.
Dr Olivia Woolley Attends TRAMEREN Conference at the University of Copenhagen
Dr Olivia Woolley recently attended the Second International Conference of the Transatlantic Maritime Emissions Research Network (TRAMEREN). This conference took place 18-19 September 2018 at the University of Copenhagen. Dr Olivia Woolley presented a paper in the ‘Energy and the Ocean’ session on Tuesday 18 September. The paper was entitled ‘The Marine Strategy...
Law School Academics present at annual Legal Scholars Society Conference
A number of academics from the Law School presented papers at the recent Society of Legal Scholars Conference.
Dr Gloria Alvarez receives Whole Systems Network Fund from the UK Energy Research Centre (UKERC).
Dr Gloria Alvarez has been co-awarded a research grant by the UKERC as part of its Whole Systems Networking Fund.
Dr Olivia Woolley Presents a Paper at ISINI Conference in Wroclaw
Dr Olivia Woolley recently presented a paper on: 'Ecological Contradictions of the International Climate Change Treaties’ at the 13th International Conference Society for the Intercommunication of New Ideas. The conference was held over 2 days from the 30th of August until the 31st of August at the University of Wroclaw...
Dr. Yuksel presents at International Law Association Conference in Sydney
The Law School's Dr.Burcu Yuksel presented her paper 'International Payments in Virtual Currencies: New Challenges for Private International Law' at the International law association Conference on 22nd August .
Professor Peter Duff presents at conference for Thai Judiciary in Thailand
Professor Duff recently shared his knowledge of 'Big Data, Blockchain and Digital Evidence', at a Conference in Bangkok.
Law School alumnus appointed as Chief Constable of Police Scotland
Iain Livingstone, a University of Aberdeen Law School graduate has been appointed as Chief Constable of Police Scotland. Iain studied law here in Aberdeen from 1994 to 1998 graduating with a first class honours degree. He went on to further legal study at Strathclyde University and pursued his legal career in...
Lord Pentland delivers Lord Rodger Lecture at the University of Aberdeen
One of Scotland's most senior judges has visited the University of Aberdeen to deliver a lecture in memory of former UK Supreme Court Justice Lord Rodger.