AUCEL and ACCPIL host Professor Clive Schofield
At the end of November, Prof Clive Schofield visited the University of Aberdeen. Clive is Head of Research at the WMU-Sasakawa Global Ocean Institute, World Maritime University (WMU) in Malmö, Sweden and Senior Professor with the Australian Centre for Ocean Resources and Security (ANCORS), University of Wollongong (UOW), Australia. During his...
Old Bailey beckons for Syed in final of national competition
Law School student Syed Adil has made it to the final of a national advocacy competition.
New RSE-funded research project will explore digital assets legal landscape
Digital assets and the legal framework surrounding them will be the focus of a new research project funded by the Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE).
European Parliament Publishes Study on SLAPPs by Anti-SLAPP Research Hub
Scholars at the University of Aberdeen’s Anti-SLAPP Research Hub have again been commissioned to help to shape European Union legislative responses to Strategic Lawsuits Against Public Participation (SLAPP). SLAPPs are unfounded or abusive lawsuits which are brought in respect of legitimate exercise of free expression. They tend to have the...
University delegates take part in COP28
Staff and students from the University of Aberdeen will be among thousands of delegates attending the COP28 climate summit starting this week, with several travelling to Dubai to participate in events taking place as part of the global climate summit.
Dr Mitchell Lennan Invited as Expert to United Nations Fisheries and Climate Change Workshop
Dr Mitchell Lennan (AUCEL, ACCPIL, One Ocean Hub) was invited as an expert speaker at the “Regional Workshop on Mainstreaming Climate Change into International Fishers Governance – the Case of Regional Fisheries Bodies in the Indo-Pacific Region” co-organised by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) Fisheries...
Holly's hard work sees her graduate with Law degree
Having grown up in the Granite City, Holly Hay was excited to begin her studies in her hometown at the University of Aberdeen back in 2019.
Aberdeen students standing in SolidariTee
Aberdeen students are supporting refugees with the launch of a University branch of a charity led by young people, which strives to create lasting change in the treatment of displaced people.
Dr Mitchell Lennan Co-edits Special Issue on Ocean, Climate and Human Rights Law
Ahead of the UN Climate Conference (COP28) in Dubai commencing at the end of this month, Dr Mitchell Lennan (AUCEL, ACCPIL) has co-edited a Special Issue in the International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law titled 'Ocean-based Climate Action and Human Rights' together with Professor Elisa Morgera (University of Strathclyde,...
'A right rare day oot' for Monymusk pupils attending University's Doric event
Pupils from Monymusk Primary School in Aberdeenshire got to grips with the 'mither tongue' when they spent a day at the University of Aberdeen last week.