Yesterday the University of Aberdeen held its annual Principal’s Excellence Awards in celebration of the outstanding achievements of University of Aberdeen staff and students. Our community nominates staff who have made significant contributions to the university in various categories.
The School of Law is pleased to announce that four members of our staff won awards in recognition of their highly-valued endeavours towards a range of School and institutional priorities. Alisdair MacPherson and Abbe Brown received awards for Research and Engagement, while Justin Borg-Barthet and Jo Kunzlik were awarded two of the AUSA and the University of Aberdeen Excellence Awards.
Alisdair won the Early Career Researcher in Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences award for his work on the floating charge and his associated research impact. Abbe won as an Individual at Further Stages of Career Development for her monograph on how IP Law aids and/or hinders technological advances for fighting climate change. Justin received the AUSA award for Personal Tutor of the Year, acknowledging his outstanding support for students in need, and Jo was awarded Best Support Staff for her hard work in supporting PGRs during the hardships of the past few years.
Professor Greg Gordon, Head of the School of Law, said, ''I would like to congratulate the winners for the richly deserved awards and wish to thank them for all their hard work and contribution to the School of Law.''