Aberdeen law students talk themselves into second place in national competition
A team of four students from the University of Aberdeen Law School are celebrating after securing second place in the hotly contested UK Mediation Student Competition 2023.
Just Transition Lab publishes first report
Researchers from the University's Just Transition Lab have published their first report on delivering a Just Transition for workers and communities in the north-east of Scotland in which they consider how the industry has shaped the region to date and set out the existing visions for its future.
Dr Wifa interviewed by BBC Scotland on Scotland's Energy Transition Strategy & Just Transition plan
Following the release of the Scotland’s Energy Transition Strategy and Just Transition plan, Dr Eddy Wifa was interviewed by BBC Scotland on his thoughts. He opines that while there is some optimism with the release of the strategy as it seeks to balance the energy trilemma and indeed the quadrilemma,...
Law professor shares water governance experience with Indian counterparts
An Aberdeen Law School academic has started the year by delivering a series of presentations on the planet's most valuable resource to international audiences.
Dr Momoh attended the Nigerian Federal Ministry of Justice and Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs
As envoy to the HCCH Secretary General, Onyoja attended the offices of the Nigerian Federal Ministry of Justice, and Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Abuja 19th and 20th January 2023
Dr Momoh attended the Institute of African Women in Law four nations report launch
Institute of African Women in Law four nations report launch (Nigeria) in collaboration with the Nigerian Bar Association Women Forum 18th January 2023
National essay competition success for Syed
A University of Aberdeen law student has won second place in a prestigious national writing competition.