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POAM Project International Experts' Workshop on Rethinking the Protection of Abducting Mothers in Return Proceedings: Domestic Violence and Parental Child Abduction
On 19 June 2020, the Centre for Private International Law, represented by the Aberdeen POAM research team, hosted the International Experts’ Workshop on Rethinking the Protection of Abducting Mothers in Return Proceedings: Domestic Violence and Parental Child Abduction. The workshop, which was originally due to be held in Milan on 27 March...
Building Families Through Surrogacy: a stakeholder event on the reform of UK law at the University of Aberdeen with the Law Commissions
The Law Commission and the Scottish Law Commission are undertaking a joint legislative project, the objective of which is to reform the UK laws on surrogacy, including taking account of cross-border surrogacy cases. As part of this law reform project the Commissions are seeking to consult relevant stakeholders, including interested academics...
Protection of Abducting Mothers in Return Proceedings: Intersection between Domestic Violence and Parental Child Abduction - POAM Project Workshops-
On 28 May and 29 May 2019, the Centre for Private International Law hosted two one-day workshops on domestic violence and parental child abduction, as part of the EU-funded POAM project. The workshops were organised by Dr Katarina Trimmings (Principal Investigator), Dr Isla Callander (Co-Investigator) and Dr Onyoja Momoh (Research Assistant)....
The Use of Blockchain Technology in Cross-Border Legal Cooperation-
Admission is free, all are welcome to attend
Workshop: Reform of EU Law on Defamation-
This workshop will bring together global press freedom NGOs, journalists, representatives of EU institutions, and legal scholars, with a view to highlighting and addressing the weaknesses in defamation law which allow powerful entities to suppress freedom of expression. The research underpinning the event was prompted by the redaction and deletion of...
Unity in Diversity in Private International Law Workshop
The Centre for Private International Law hosted a workshop entitled ‘Unity in Diversity in Private International law’ on Monday 27th February in C49 from 11am until 4pm. The keynote address was given by Professor Ralf Michaels from Duke University, with additional speakers Verónica Ruiz Abou-Nigm, University of Edinburgh, Maria Blanca Noodt...