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Glasgow University has introduced the world's first master's degree in reparatory justice. The degree has been established in partnership with the University of the West Indies (UWI) and comes amid a global campaign for financial reparations stemming from the transatlantic slave trade.

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Glasgow University has diluted its standards during the marking and assessment boycott, academics from its School of Law have warned. Forty members of the law school, who have requested anonymity, wrote to university principal Anton Muscatelli to oppose the decision to hold law graduations yesterday

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Research into the memory recall of heavy drinkers who witness harrowing incidents has revealed insights for police investigative approaches to complex and emotionally charged cases. The study from Glasgow Caledonian University, the University of Glasgow and Abertay University found that carrying out

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The University of Glasgow has been awarded funding to establish a law clinic designed to increase access to justice in Scotland for complainers in sexual offences cases, through the provision of free independent legal advice and representation by solicitors. The first of its kind in the UK, the Emma

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The 14th annual Gerald Gordon Seminar on Criminal Law will be held at the University of Glasgow on Tuesday 13 June 2023. Further details, including a list of the papers which will be presented at this year's seminar, are available here.

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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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As we emerge from Brexit and the Covid crisis, are the powers of the Scottish Parliament still fit for purpose? Is there a more optimal balance of powers for Scotland within the Union? Is federalism a viable option for the UK, and what would it look like? Alternatively, what would it mean for Scotla

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The second lecture in the 2022 Hamlyn Lecture series will be held on Wednesday 9 November at the University of Glasgow and will feature Professor Catherine O'Regan, who will speak on 'Courts and the Executive Branch of Government'. Professor O'Regan is the inaugural director of the Bonavero Institut

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Lord Wolfson of Tredegar KC will deliver this year's James Wood Lecture at Glasgow University next month on the topic 'Law and Government: Reflections of a Justice Minister'. David Wolfson, Lord Wolfson of Tredegar KC, is a British politician, barrister and Conservative life peer. He was parliamenta

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Dr Charlie Peevers, senior lecturer in international law at Glasgow University, has been awarded a Royal Society of Edinburgh personal research fellowship. Her research investigates how women in Scotland influenced international laws regulating nuclear weapons, and reshaped UK nuclear policy during

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The Glasgow University School of Law Workshop has been awarded £6,000 from the Scottish Library and Information Council (SLIC) to develop a community lending law library. The project will allow potential students to visualise themselves as studying at the University of Glasgow and consider a f

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