University retains national competition title
The University of Aberdeen has once again come out on top in a national competition that sees the best of Scotland's student legal talent pit their wits against each other.
DPLP International Negotiation Competition
DPLP students, Craig Wilson and Kieran McLaughlin, will be representing the University of Aberdeen at the International Negotiation competition at Edinburgh University on Friday 18th March. They will be competing against teams from Edinburgh, Glasgow and Strathclyde for a place to represent Scotland in the International Final being held in Lausanne,...
Students discuss their experiences with the Street Law Initiative
Law students discuss below their experiences with being involved in the Street Law Initiative. Street Law provides a highly-participatory, law-focused education to school pupils whilst also contributing to the professional development of Scots Law students. The law students design and deliver classes about the law and the legal process. The classes...
Law Society president celebrates work of students and practitioners in closing access to justice gap
The Aberdeen Law Project have been mentioned in Scottish Legal News today. President of the Law Society of Scotland, Christine McLintock, praises the work done by the Aberdeen Law Project. http://www.scottishlegal.com/2016/03/11/law-society-president-celebrates-work-of-students-and-practitioners-in-closing-access-to-justice-gap/
Tributes paid to Professor David Carey Miller
Tributes have been paid to a former Head of the School of Law at the University of Aberdeen, who died suddenly on Sunday at the age of 74. Professor David Carey Miller was widely recognised as one of Scotland’s leading experts in property law and published numerous articles and several books...