Blog Post Series on Commercial Law and COVID-19
This blog post series, launched by the Centre for Commercial Law, aims to provide insights on legal and commercial implications of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation.
The Commercial Law Research Centre launched in 2018, brings together researchers across the broad groups of:
Our work frequently crosses fields, and this particularly so regarding Dispute Resolution which is its own established research area as well forming a key part of the others.
The Centre serves as a dynamic hub for law academics, legal practitioners, those working in related professions, industry representatives, activists and policymakers, to engage with and support each other’s research interests, ideas, and projects, providing opportunities for synergy and rich engagement. The Centre has strong links with the School’s active PhD research community. Many colleagues within the Commercial Law Centre are also affiliated with other Research Centres at the University of Aberdeen and beyond, within the UK and internationally, thereby further broadening horizons for collaboration.
The Centre works as a coherent whole across its four groups, promoting
To achieve these aims, the Centre