Aberdeen University

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Aberdeen University LLB graduate Simeona Kostova has been named as the inaugural winner of the Jonathan Fitchen Private International Law Dissertation Prize, awarded to the student who writes the best LLB dissertation on a topic in the field of private international law. The prize was awarded by the

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The 11th edition of the Aberdeen Student Law Review (ASLR) is being launched at an event today. ASLR said in a LinkedIn post: "We're publishing some fantastic articles on a broad range of current and topical legal issues, ranging from decommissioning liability on the UKCS to cyber-attacks as an emer

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The University of Aberdeen has retained the top title in a national competition that sees the cream of Scotland’s student legal talent go head to head in a negotiation showdown. Law students Andrew MacFarlane and Amber Rose Love, both 22 and from Aberdeen, battled it out against teams from Edi

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Jean Wilke has joined the School of Law at Aberdeen University as a lecturer and DPLP programme director. Ms Wilke is experienced in legal research, writing, and providing advice in different legal fields.

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Pictured: Katrina Hall and Alexander Owen and their coach Linda Fyffe, who is a partner in Laurie & Co. Aberdeen University DPLP students Katrina Hall and Alexander Owen have placed third in the International Negotiation Competition last week, hosted by the National University of Singapore and S

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Aberdeen University's Dr Justin Borg-Barthet has been appointed to the European Commission's Expert Group Against SLAPP (Strategic Lawsuits Against Public Participation). The expert group, established as part of the EU’s European Democracy Action Plan, will advise the Commission on initia

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Two students from the University of Aberdeen Law School will represent Scotland in an international competition this summer after winning the national event last week. DPLP students Katrina Hall and Alexander Owen beat teams from the Universities of Glasgow, Edinburgh and Strathclyde at the Sco

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Two new co-directors have been appointed to the Aberdeen University Centre for Energy Law (AUCEL), an energy-oriented research and educational institute based at the University of Aberdeen. Dr Thomas L Muinzer, senior lecturer in energy transition law and Dr Daria Shapovalova, lecturer in law, have

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Dr Ilona Cairns and Dr Adelyn Wilson have been appointed co-directors of the Centre for Scots Law at Aberdeen University. The centre was established in 2018 to support the enhancement of Scots law as an academic discipline with considerable practical relevance.

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One of the world’s top scholars on international law will give a public lecture at the University of Aberdeen next month. Professor Gerry Simpson, of the London School of Economics, will deliver a retrospective on a century of war crimes trials during which he will discuss the Nuremberg and To

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The annual derby match between Robert Gordon University (RGU) and Aberdeen University saw students pit their wits against each other in a lively legal debate – with RGU taking home the shield for a fourth year in a row. Sponsored by Brodies LLP, the Granite City Moot took place in front of She

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