Dr Thomas L Muinzer recently published new peer reviewed research that was covered in the press
Dr Thomas L Muinzer (Co-Director, Aberdeen University Centre for Energy Law) has recently published new peer reviewed research on: Brexit, Energy Justice, and Ireland’s All-Island Energy Market; Energy Transition and the Maritime Sector: “Energy Justice Beyond Borders? Exploring the Impact of Brexit on Ireland’s All-Island Energy Market” https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1040619022001440 with Kirsten EH Jenkins (University of Edinburgh),...
The School of Law hosted two Taiwanese scholars as part of our Visiting Researchers Programme
The School of Law was delighted to host two prominent Taiwanese scholars, Yea-Jen Tseng, Professor of International Law at the Southern Taiwan University of Science and Technology, and Hsin-Chih Chen, Professor at the Department of Political Science at the National Cheng-Kung University, from 27 January to 6 February. Professor Tseng’s research...
PGR student Alina Holzhausen made a submission to the UN Special Rapporteur
Our doctoral student Alina Holzhausen made a submission to the United Nations Special Rapporteur in the field of Cultural Rights and acted as National Rapporteur for Germany in a project focusing on the proposed reversal of the burden of proof in the current revision process of the Industrial Emissions Directive (IED) Alina, who is also...
Dr Alvarez authored a case for 20th Anniversary of the Mexican Arbitration Centre and Moot Mexico
To celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the Mexican Arbitration Centre (CAM) and the creation of Moot Mexico, Dr Gloria M Alvarez (Senior Lecturer in Dispute Resolution) was invited to author the first case related to a windfarm investment project under the CAM rules. The case posed challenging and relevant questions regarding...
Dr Mitchell Lennan publishes article on WTO Agreement on Fisheries Subsidies
Dr Mitchell Lennan (AUCEL, ACCPIL) and Dr Stephanie Switzer (University of Strathclyde, Strathclyde Centre for Environmental Law and Governance) have published an open access article on the recently negotiated World Trade Organization Agreement on Fisheries Subsidies in The International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law. The article can be read here,...
Anti-SLAPP Research Hub at the European Parliament
On Thursday 02 February, Ramona Strugariu MEP convened the first “shadows” meeting of the European Parliament’s Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs to discuss the European Commission’s proposed Anti-SLAPP Directive. Professor Justin Borg-Barthet, convener of the University of Aberdeen’s Anti-SLAPP Research Hub, was invited to provide expert evidence...
Environmental, economic and social research projects supported by RSE Awards
Three projects from the University of Aberdeen have been awarded funding in the latest RSE Research Awards programme.
The DIGinLaw Project Team organised a successful event at the University of Aberdeen
On 19th January 2023, the University of Aberdeen hosted an event titled “BRUNCH ROUNDTABLE: Digitalisation in Legal Education & Legal Profession“. The event was organized in the hybrid format under the auspices of an international collaborative project titled ‘Digital in Law’ (DIGinLaw), which is funded by the European Commission from the...