Professor Tina Soliman Hunter in Print Again
Professor Tina Soliman Hunter and Dr Ignacio Herrera Anchustegui, from the University of Bergen, have co-written an article entitled: ‘Oil as Currency: Venezuela’s Petro, a New ‘Oil Pattern’? in the Oil, Gas & Energy Law journal. Further information about the article is available here.
Dr Shapovalova published in International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law
Dr Shapovalova’s paper has now been published. The paper is titled ‘International Governance of Oil Spills from Upstream Petroleum Activities in the Arctic: Response over Prevention?’ It examines the scope and application of relevant treaties in the prevention and response to oil spills in the Arctic waters. It argues that...
Dr Couzigou presents paper at workshop 'Exploring Organized Crime-Terror Nexus' in Shanghai
Earlier this month Dr Couzigou presented as an international cyber security expert at a workshop hosted by the East China University of Political Science and Law University of Massachusetts Lowell.
Law School hosts National Negotiation Competition
On Friday 22nd March the Law School hosted the national stage of the International Negotiation Competition. Diploma of Professional Legal Practice students from Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Robert Gordon and Strathclyde Universities pitted their legal wits in a bid to represent their country in this prestigious event. The competition was fierce,...
Law School students will represent the University Of Aberdeen in National Negotiation Competition
Two teams from the DPLP course will represent the School of Law in the Scottish Final of the National Negotiation Competition, hosted by the University of Aberdeen on the 22nd March 2019. Claire Henderson and Emma Carter together with Jordan Houston and Rory Parton will represent the School and University in...
Dr Daria Shapovalova's published in Energy Policy
Dr Daria Shapovalova’s new paper has been published in Energy Policy. The paper is co-authored with Dr Kathrin Stephen and is titled ‘No race for the Arctic? Examination of interconnections between legal regimes for offshore petroleum licensing and level of industry activity’. Despite the expectation of potentially vast petroleum resources...
Dr Yiallourides in print again
The Law School's Dr Yiallourides latest opinion piece has been published online by Law 360. In this article he discusses the possible implications of the ICJ Chagos Islands advisory opinion for another former British colony: Cyprus.
Centre Director analysing petroleum drilling in Australian marine reserve
Professor Soliman Hunter, the Director of the Centre for Energy Law and expert on offshore petroleum regulation, is presently working with Greenpeace regarding Equinor's proposed drilling program in Australia's Great Australian Bight.
Dr Daria Shapovalova presents at Climate Cafe event in Aberdeen
On Tuesday, 5th March, Dr Daria Shapovalova gave a talk at the Climate Cafe organised by Aberdeen Climate Action. Daria's talk focused on the critical approach to the international climate change regime. She was joined by Guy Ingerson (Aberdeen Greens) and Caroline Rance (Friends of the Earth Scotland) who examined...
Global experts gather for the Workshop: Reform of EU law on Defamation in Aberdeen
The Centre for Private International Law hosted a workshop event entitled: 'Workshop: Reform of EU law on Defamation' at the University of Aberdeen on the 4th March.
Law Scholarships open for applications
The Law School has a number of scholarships available for the 2019/20 academic year at undergraduate, postgraduate and PhD level.
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