University of Aberdeen Law Fair Expands to Welcome New Law Firms
Building on last year's success, which saw 600 students attend, the University of Aberdeen's long running Law Fair, taking place on Tuesday 3rd October, is set to welcome an increased number of local and national Law Firms. This event is a key part of the undergraduate and postgraduate law student...
Dr MacPherson gave evidence to the Scottish Parliament's Economy and Fair Work Committee
On 13 September, Dr Alisdair MacPherson gave evidence on the Bankruptcy and Diligence (Scotland) Bill to the Scottish Parliament’s Economy and Fair Work Committee (https://www.scottishparliament.tv/meeting/economy-and-fair-work-committee-september-13-2023). The evidence was provided on behalf of the Law Society of Scotland and focused on various issues in relation to the Bill, including a proposed...
Dr Živković to present at 'Exploring the intersections between Law and AI' workshop
Dr Patricia Živković will speak tomorrow at the workshop organised by Nottingham Trent University, which aims to explore the intersections between law and artificial intelligence. Patricia will present the emerging issues related to the development of neurotechnology and emotion detection AI systems. The talk is based on a paper Patricia is currently working...
Held, MacPherson and Yüksel Ripley co-authored a report on Cryptocurrencies in the UK
School of Law Lecturers Dr Alisdair MacPherson and Dr Burcu Yüksel Ripley, alongside Amy Held of the University of Vienna and Bar of England and Wales, acted as Special Rapporteurs for the UK for the International Academy of Comparative Law (IACL)’s General Report on ‘Cryptocurrencies: the impossible domestic law regime?’ (Asunción 2022...
Dr Shapovalova re-appointed as the Director of the Aberdeen University Centre for Energy Law
Dr Daria Shapovalova was appointed the Director of the Aberdeen University Centre for Energy Law (AUCEL), following a successful three-year term as co-director with Dr Thomas Muinzer.