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Three diploma students from the University of Glasgow – Flora Henry, Shaun Sweeney and Aidan Wallace – took part in the International Mediation Competition run by the International Institute for Conflict Prevention & Resolution (CPR) in São Paulo, Brazil from 11 to 13 April. S

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University of Aberdeen diploma students Ailsa Gardyne and Callum Leeson have beaten off international teams to win a prestigious legal competition in Poland. The pair were victorious in the national round of the Scottish Client Consultation Competition in February, earning them a place in the Brown

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Katia Sher and Emma Kolbuc have won this year's Internal Mooting Competition at the University of Dundee. Throughout the competition, organised annually by the university's Mooting Society, participants tackle a range of complex legal issues, including topics such as duty of care and medic

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Edinburgh Law School remains in the QS World University Rankings’ top 25 law schools for the fifth consecutive year. The rankings placed the law school at 20th in the world and it remains ranked 6th in the UK and 1st in Scotland.

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Strathclyde University's Professor Elisa Morgera has been appointed as a UN special rapporteur on climate change and human rights. She will work closely with UN member states on climate change's impact on people’s human rights.

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London South Bank University has become the first in the UK to guarantee LLB students professional work experience as part of their degree. Every LLB student at the university will be given the opportunity to work in one of five clinics through what it calls its 'Law Clinic Guarantee'.

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An environmental scientist who spent a year campaigning for the banning of disposable vapes, is working with MPs and MSPs to develop new laws. Laura Young, a PhD student jointly supervised by the University of Dundee and Abertay University, is part of a group working to develop new legislation aroun

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A new social enterprise spin-out company – C2LI – has been launched by the University of Strathclyde. C2LI (Climate Change Legal Initiative) aims to tackle global warming by helping private and public sector organisations understand and adhere to climate change-related law.

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A monograph by Professor Alexandra Braun, of Edinburgh Law School, has been selected as one of the Law Books of the Year in the German law journal Juristen Zeitung. Claiming a Promised Inheritance: A Comparative Study examines cases where a person is promised a future inheritance

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Lord Advocate Dorothy Bain KC has been interviewed by students at Aberdeen University for International Women's Day. Ms Bain appeared on the 100% Legal podcast, produced by the Aberdeen University Law Society, to discuss her path into the law, corroboration and other ongoing legal issues.

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14 March 2024, 14:00 - 15:30 Aberdeen University is hosting a webinar with Professor Tim Dornis, Leibniz Universität Hannover, on AI and international contracts.

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University of Aberdeen diploma students Ailsa Gardyne and Callum Leeson are set to represent Scotland on the international stage after winning the Scottish Client Consultation Competition. The competition, which was held at Dundee University, saw teams from four Scottish law schools take part in sim

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Aberdeen University's Main Faculty Moot Final will be held on 22 February at the Kings College Conference Centre at 6pm. The event promises an evening of intellectual engagement and networking opportunities, featuring Lord Woolman, Scott Styles and Dr Jonathan Ainslie. Following the moot, attendees

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Aberdeen University Mooting Society has won the Lord Jones intervarsity mooting competition. The win marks the first time since 2017 that Aberdeen has reached the finals, and its first win since 2006.

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