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Brodies LLP in partnership with Edinburgh Law School presents: Effective Environmental Standards, Law and Governance, a talk with James Martin, chair of Environmental Standards Scotland. Mr Martin has had a wide-ranging career in the public and private sectors, serving as the Scottish Public Service

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An Aberdeen Law School academic has started the year by delivering a series of presentations on the planet's most valuable resource to international audiences. Professor Zeray Yihdego, co-director of the Aberdeen Centre for Constitutional and Public International Law, was in India at the start of th

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Students from the University of Aberdeen paid a trip to legal London recently to learn about life at the English bar.

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A doctoral student researching the 18th century Scottish Highlands & Islands has won the Rosebery Prize. Juliette Desportes, a student at Glasgow University, was awarded the prize for her transcription of Petition and Complaint by Roderick Mackenzie (1756).

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Tuesday 7 February9.45am - 3.30pmRoom 207, No.10 The SquareUniversity of Glasgow An event featuring presentations and panel discussions exploring ideas relating to the influence and impact religion may have on corporate social responsibility is being held next month at Glasgow University.

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Cloch Solicitors congratulated University of Glasgow LLM graduate Michele De Iaco – the 2022 winner of the University of Glasgow LLM Cloch Prize for Intellectual Property and the Digital Economy, which is awarded to the top student across the programme.

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Lawscot Foundation students have shown off their legal and workplace skills in a contest across five major legal employers in Edinburgh. The Lawscot Challenge was held last week, with eight students in four teams across three year groups participating in the event’s first running since 2019.

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Three advocates discussed their careers at an event held by the University of Aberdeen Bar Society last week. Euan Mackenzie, Katharine Muir and Simon Crabb gave talks about their route to the Scottish bar and their specialisms – public law, personal injury, medical negligence, commercial law,

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The University of Aberdeen Law School has strengthened its long-standing reputation as a centre for space law with a new academic appointment. Dr Maria Manoli, who received her PhD from the Institute of Air and Space Law in the Faculty of Law at McGill University, Montreal, Canada, where she was als

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Four advocates are to discuss their careers at an event held by the University of Aberdeen Bar Society later this month. Euan Mackenzie, Katharine Muir, Simon Crabb and Dominic Scullion will give talks about their route to the Scottish bar and their specialisms – public law, personal injury, m

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