Events

May 2019

'Public access to land: where are we now?' Seminar 

by Malcolm Combe (University of Aberdeen) 

In this seminar, Malcolm provides an update about recent case law on the right of responsible access conferred by the Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2003 and public rights of way, building on his recent publication The ScotWays Guide to the Law of Access to Land in Scotland.

12:30pm on the 28th May 2019 

Please note: the room will be available from 12:15pm and the seminar will start promptly at 12:30pm

Location: The Sir Duncan Rice Library, Seminar Room 224 

This is a free event and all are welcome to attend 

Please sign up for the seminar here

 

 

March 2019

Unjust enrichment for unjust parties, illegal contracts post Patel v Mirza [2016] UKSC 42'

by Mr Scott Styles, University of Aberdeen 

12 noon on the 12th March 2019 

Location: MacRobert Building, room MR266

This is a free event and all are welcome to attend 

February 2019

“Limited Liability and Joint Stock Companies in Mid-Eighteenth-Century Scotland: A Fresh Look at the Case of Stevenson v McNair (1755-1757)” 

by Dr Andrew Simpson, University of Aberdeen

2pm, 19th February 2019

Seminar Room 224 in The Sir Duncan Rice Library

The event is free and all are welcome to attend 


“Ancillary Rights in Servitudes” Seminar 

by Professor Roderick Paisley, University of Aberdeen

2pm, 5th February 2019

Seminar Room 224 in The Sir Duncan Rice Library

The event is free and all are welcome to attend

 

January 2019

‘Feminism and the Limits of Law: Reflections from the Scottish Feminist Judgments Project’

Dr Chloë Kennedy and Professor Sharon Cowan will present a research seminar entitled: ‘Feminism and the Limits of Law: Reflections from the Scottish Feminist Judgments Project.’ Dr Kennedy is Lecturer in Criminal Law at the University of Edinburgh and Professor Cowan is Professor of Feminist and Queer Legal Studies at the University of Edinburgh.

The seminar will take place on Wednesday the 16th January 2019 at 2:15pm - 4pm in The Old Senate Room.

This is a free event and all are welcome to attend.