Dr Muinzer participated in Climate Laws & the Fight for 1.5C Across the Island of Ireland and the EU
Dr Thomas L Muinzer (Co-Director, Aberdeen University Centre for Energy Law) participated in a discussion as a panellist at the event “Climate Laws & the Fight for 1.5C Across the Island of Ireland and the EU”. The event, hosted by EJNI, Climate Case Ireland and Friends of the Earth drew...
In Memoriam - Jackie Ewen
The School of Law are saddened to hear of the unexpected death of a much-loved colleague and friend, Jackie Ewen, who passed away this weekend.
Dr Yiallourides participates in Lebanese public webinar
On Tuesday 13th April our Dr Constantinos Yiallourides participated in a public webinar organised by the Lebanese Oil and Gas Initiative (LOGI) and the Lebanese Transparency Association (TLA) to discuss progress and next steps concerning the delimitation of Lebanon’s maritime boundaries in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea and principles of good...
Dr Borg-Barthet appointed to European Commission Expert Group Against SLAPP
Dr Justin Borg-Barthet has been appointed to the European Commission's Expert Group Against SLAPP (Strategic Lawsuits Against Public Participation).
Ms Hikari Saito to present at the ABA 2021 Dispute Resolution Spring Conference
Ms Hikari Saito’s presentation proposal on ‘Challenges against the Myth of the Singapore Convention on Mediation’ based on her PhD research was accepted for Speed Share, a 10 min presentation at the ABA Dispute Resolution annual spring conference (virtual conference held between 14 and 17 April 2021). Additionally, Ms Saito was...
Dr MacPherson and Mrs McKenzie-Skene in a consultation discussion with HM Treasury
Dr Alisdair MacPherson and Mrs Donna McKenzie-Skene participated in an online meeting with HM Treasury representatives to discuss proposed insolvency changes for payment and electronic money institutions. The meeting followed on from a consultation response submitted by them and Dr Burcu Yüksel Ripley, on behalf of the Centre for Commercial...
DPLP students to represent Scotland in International Negotiation competition
Congratulations to our DPLP students Katrina Hall and Alexander Owen, who on 01 April 2021, won the Scottish National DPLP Negotiation Competition. The University of Aberdeen team competed against representative teams from Glasgow, Edinburgh, and Strathclyde universities, conducting mock negotiation exercises relating to partnership and lease disputes. Each team was...
POAM 2021 International Conference a success
On 26 March 2021, the POAM project held its final conference, an international event with over 140 registered academics, legal experts, judges and other professional stakeholders from around the world.