CRENAME's first workshop took place in Tomsk
The Law School’s Professor Tina Soliman Hunter, and President of the Consortium of Researchers & Experts in North and Artic Marine Ecosystems (CRENAME), recently participated in CRENAME’S first seminar at Tomsk State University on the 28-29th November. The workshop included representatives from Murmasnk Marine Biological Institute, Northern Arctic Federal University named...
Dr. Irène Couzigou presents on unlawful cyber operations at University Halle-Wittenberg
Dr. Irène Couzigou was invited to deliver a reasearch seminar at the Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg in Germany on 29 November. In her seminar "Unlawful Cyber Operations under International Law", she argued that Public International Law can apply to cyberspace. She then analysed how States could infringe fundamental international principles when resorting...
The Centre for Private International Law secures funding from the AHRC for new project
The Centre for Private International Law celebrates the mark of a new project after successfully securing funding from the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC). The research project ‘Where do we go from here? The development of private international law in the UK and the post Brexit environment’ will involve...
New Book: 'The ScotWays Guide to the Law of Access to Land in Scotland' by Malcolm Combe
The Law School’s Malcolm Combe has written a new book entitled: The ScotWays Guide to the Law of Access to Land in Scotland. Land law generally and access to land specifically has long been a research interest of Malcolm, meaning he was delighted to be approached by ScotWays (the Scottish Rights...
Professor Tina Soliman Hunter co-authors new book.
In conjunction with Dr Madeline Taylor, Professor Soliman Hunter has co-authored a new publication ' Agricultural Land Use and Natural Gas Extraction Conflicts:A Global Socio-Legal Perspective'.
Dr Constantinos Yiallourides presents paper at 10th South China Sea Conference
Dr Yiallourides recently presented his paper 'Force and coercion in the South China Sea: Why does it matter in international law' to audience of academics from around the world. The focus of the 10th South China Sea Conference was 'co-operation for regional security and development.'
Law School Winter Graduations
The School of Law Graduations took place on Thursday 22nd November for LLM and PhD students, with alumnus the Right Honourable Lord Darling of Roulanish being awarded a Doctor of Laws (LLD).
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...