Pictured: GCU honorary graduate Blythe Duff with Taggart co-star John Michie in 2018 Glasgow Caledonian University has launched a hunt for a PhD student to investigate an archive of Taggart scripts and memorabilia donated by Blythe Duff.
Jen Ang will deliver this year's Law & The Common Good Lecture at Glasgow Caledonian University on 20 February. The lecture brings togethers students, academics, practitioners and others to think about how we can make a positive difference in our communities.
Friday 27th January 1pm – 4pm The Lantern, Annie Lennox Building, Glasgow Caledonian University
Claire Mitchell QC will deliver the Glasgow Caledonian University Law and the Common Good Lecture 2022. The lecture will take place on Zoom on Wednesday 23 March at 6pm. The Law and the Common Good Lecture is supported by The Clark Foundation for Legal Education. It is an annual lecture delivered by
Dr Andrew Tickell has been promoted to senior lecturer in law at Glasgow Caledonian University. Dr Tickell joined GCU as lecturer in law in 2014. His key teaching responsibilities include jurisprudence, public law, and criminal law and evidence.
More than £2.3 million has been generated to fund legal action in Scotland through online donations, according to new figures. The first study into litigation crowdfunding reveals almost 78,000 people have donated cash to support cases through the Scottish courts.
Glasgow Caledonian University has secured funding from the Clark Foundation for Legal Education for a new undergraduate prize.
GCU Law has launched a dedicated website to campaign for the right to lifelong anonymity for complainers in sexual offence cases to be enshrined in Scots law. The Campaign for Complainer Anonymity, which is led by law lecturers Dr Andrew Tickell and Seonaid Stevenson-McCabe and GCU students, seeks t
LLB student Lucy Mackay has won the Glasgow Caledonian University STAR Award for Student of the Year 2021. The STAR Awards are an annual celebration event held by the Students’ Association to recognise and celebrate the hard work of volunteers and student groups.
Two LLB students and the GCU Law Clinic have been shortlisted for the Glasgow Caledonian University STAR Awards. The STAR Awards are an annual celebration event held by the Students’ Association to recognise and celebrate the hard work of volunteers and student groups. Lucy Mackay, GCU Law Cli