Centre for Energy Law is now member of IUCN Academy of Environmental Law
The Aberdeen University Centre for Energy Law has become the latest body to be accepted into the IUCN Academy of Environmental Law. IUCN, the International Union for Conservation of Nature, was created in 1948, and has since evolved into the world’s largest and most diverse environmental network. The IUCN Academy The IUCN Academy...
POAM project management and co-ordination meeting hosted by the Centre for Private International Law
On 1 July 2019, Dr Katarina Trimmings and Dr Onyoja Momoh, supported by Dr Isla Callander, organised the POAM project management and co-ordination meeting. Hosted by the Centre for Private International Law, the meeting engaged the project’s research partners who attended either in person or by telephone to discuss the outcome...
Prof Paul Beaumont involved in treaty on recognition and enforcement of judgments
This week, a treaty relating to the international recognition and enforcement of domestic court rulings was concluded. Professor Paul Beaumont from the School of Law was heavily involved with this process.
Professional Skills Summer Schools with Commercial Law Themes
Between 27 May and 7 June 2019, the Law School successfully ran three professional skills summer schools with different commercial law themes, as part of its wider LLM programmes with Professional Skills.
Dr Yiallourides presents paper at Kobe workshop on International Law
Dr Yiallourides recently presented a paper at the Kobe Workshop on International Law, hosted by the University of Kobe, Japan. This year, the Workshop discussed the legal ramifications of Japan’s decision to withdraw from the International Convention on the Regulation of Whaling (ICRW) and resume commercial whaling from 1 July 2019. Dr...
Law School Graduations 2019
The School of Law Graduations took place on Tuesday 18th of June for LLM, PhD, LLB, LLB with Honours, MA legal Studies and DPLP graduands. Congratulations to all our graduates on receiving their degrees and diplomas. The day's events commenced with the Law Ceremony at 11am in the new marquee, followed...
New book by Dr Constantinos Yiallourides
In this first edition, Dr Yiallourides has attempted to offer an informative primer to a technical and highly controversial legal issue - disputed maritime boundaries and disputed resources - believing that if you take away the 'mystery' you can take away a great deal of the controversy. Focusing on two long-standing...
Dr Shapovalova presents paper at the TRAMEREN conference in Copenhagen
Last week, Dr Daria Shapovalova presented a paper at the TRAMEREN conference on Arctic Environmental and Climate Change Governance at the University of Copenhagen. The TRAMEREN is the Transatlantic Maritime Emissions Research Network - international research consortium established between Copenhagen School of Law, the Center for International Law Conflict and Crisis...
Centre for Private International Law hosts the EU-funded POAM project workshops
The Centre for Private International Law hosted the EU-funded POAM project workshops, which took place on 28 & 29 May 2019 and were organised by Principal Investigator, Dr Katarina Trimmings, Research Assistant, Dr Onyoja Momoh and Criminal Law Specialist, Dr Isla Callander (“the UK Research Team”). The POAM project is...
Law School hosts workshop on Trade Wars and the Future of Trade Negotiations
On the 28th May 2019, the Law School hosted a workshop faciltated by two leading international trade experts, focusing on the issues around trade wars and trade negotaitions. The workshop was attended by current Law School students, many of whom were undertaking the Professional Skills Summer School on International Trade...