Inaugural Lecture of Professor Roderick Paisley, Chair of Scots Law

Inaugural Lecture of Professor Roderick Paisley, Chair of Scots Law

The University of Aberdeen has announced the translation of Roderick Paisley, Professor of Commercial Property Law, to the vacant Chair of Scots Law.

Professor Paisley gave an inaugural lecture on 'Worthiness in the Law of Succession' on 13th September 2013 to mark his appointment of Chair of Scots Law at the University of Aberdeen. Colleagues; members of the legal profession; local school pupils; family and friends gathered to celebrate this traditional event at the King’s College Conference Centre Auditorium, followed by a reception in the James MacKay Hall.

The Chair of Scots Law is the founding University law chair and Professor Paisley is the 34th holder of the post. Previously held by Christopher Gane (1994-2011) and Michael Meston (1971-1994), earlier distinguished holders were Ronald Ireland QC (1958-1971), Sir Thomas (‘TB’) Smith (1949-1958), Sir Thomas Taylor (1935-1948) and Alexander Mackenzie Stuart (1919-1935).

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