On Thursday the 20th of August the School of Law will be hosting a Land Reform symposium. It is free to attend and the venue will be the Old Senate Room.
The session will be chaired by Malcolm Combe from the University of Aberdeen, who was an adviser to the Land Reform Review Group.
Professor Roderick Paisley of the University of Aberdeen: on topical issues surrounding the regulation of renewable energy.
Hamish Lean of Stronachs LLP and a member of the Agricultural Holdings Legislation Review Group: on the proposals for agricultural holdings.
Alasdair Sutherland of Terra Firma Chambers: on how the concept of sustainable development interacts with Scottish land reform measures.
Malcolm Combe: on the environmental implications of redistributive land reform.
Robert Sutherland of Terra Firma Chambers, a recognised expert in agricultural and rural affairs, will also contribute to proceedings.
To assist with arrangements for refreshments, please email Suzi Warren at email@example.com to secure your place.
For more details please see the Events Section of our website.