Law School staff and students raises money for charities affected by the pandemic
Students and staff from the Law School have raised a combined total of £720 in under two weeks to help three local charities in support communities adversely affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.
UK POAM Best Practice Guide Training Workshops delivered by Dr Trimmings and Dr Momoh
On 15 and 17 December 2020, Dr Katarina Trimmings and Dr Onyoja Momoh organised and delivered training at the UK Training workshop based on the POAM Best Practice Guide (“Protection of Abducting Mothers in Return Proceedings: Domestic Violence and Parental Child Abduction”) on the protection of abducting mothers in return...
Dr Yiallourides received the 2020 International Law Association Scholarship Award
Dr Constantinos Yiallourides gave a speech at the Closing Ceremony of the International Law Association (ILA) Biennial Conference Kyoto, Japan. The general theme of the Conference, held between 29 November- 13 December 2020, was 'Bridging for the Future'. Delegations examined how international law can bridge the past, present and future...
Researchers examine best ways to utilise Omo-Turkana and Zambezi River Basins
A multi-million-pound research project to explore the promotion of an integrated and adaptive water resources management system in the Zambezi River Basin (ZRB) and the Omo-Turkana Basin (OTB) has recently been concluded.
Co-Director of AUCEL Re-Elected as Co-Convenor of the Energy Law section of the SLS
Co-Director of the Aberdeen University Centre for Energy Law Re-Elected as Co-Convenor of the Energy Law section of the Society of Legal Scholars
Dr Irene Couzigou presented a paper in the Cyberlaw section of the Society of Legal Scholars
Dr Irene Couzigou presented a paper in the Cyberlaw section of the Society of Legal Scholars at the beginning of September titled ‘‘Public-Private Partnership in Securing Cyberspace’’. She published two articles in the same month: ‘‘A Necessary Harmonised Criminalisation of Online Acts Precursor of Terrorism’’, Internet Law Bulletin, 2020, no. 3, 46-51; and...
The School of Law Welcomes New Honorary Lecturer
The University of Aberdeen is proud to welcome Rahul Donde as Honorary Lecturer. Rahul’s addition to the Law School is a strategic decision to strengthen our links with leading lights of the international arbitration and Rahul is the first member to join us under this new initiative. We are delighted with...
Dr Thomas L Muinzer's work on the Northern Ireland Climate Change Bill
Dr Thomas L Muinzer, Co-Director of the Aberdeen University Centre for Energy Law, provided evidence to the Parliament in the Republic of Ireland on Tuesday 27th October over a 2 hour live session in the afternoon (1:30-3:30), along with Jonathan Church of Client Earth. The Irish have an Amendment Bill...
Best Practice Guide published today! - EU-funded POAM Project
Major milestone achieved for the University of Aberdeen led EU-funded POAM project as the Best Practice Guide is officially published today. The Best Practice Guide on the protection of abducting mothers in return proceedings involving allegations of domestic violence was prepared under the auspices of the POAM research project funded by...
AUCEL's Dr Eddy Wifa and Dr Thomas Muinzer interviewed on energy transition in Africa
Following Dr Eddy Wifa's presentation on "The Paradox of Plenty, Oil Sector Governance, and Energy Transition in Africa" at a Real Projects webinar organised by the Association of Black and Minority Ethnic Engineers (AFBE) UK-Scotland on the 23rd September 2020, a special interview session was organised to address questions from...