Via Allan Millar: Christopher Reilly and James Marshall from the University of Strathclyde Mooting Society have won the first post-pandemic Sheriff Cup between the Universities of Strathclyde and Glasgow.
Business investment in Scotland has lagged for the majority of the past decade and could have detrimental impact on productivity and longer-term economic growth, a new report has warned. Launched in 1998 and now in its 25th year, the Scottish Business Monitor is compiled by the Fraser of A
Strathclyde Law School's Centre for Law, Crime & Justice will lead a new study into the quality of sentencing data. Commissioned by the Judicial Council of the Republic of Ireland, Professor Cyrus Tata will lead an international team of experts to examine the quality of available data about sent
One of Scotland’s most inspirational law lecturers and highly respected sheriffs, Sheriff John Fitzsimons, is being honoured with a scholarship competition at Strathclyde University. Strathclyde Law School’s Centre for Law, Crime & Justice is offering scholarships to talented mature
An eminent academic is to join the University of Strathclyde’s Centre for Law, Crime & Justice as a visiting professor. Professor Tim Chapman is currently the chair of the board of the European Forum for Restorative Justice, and is a leading thinker on youth and criminal justice, including
Strathclyde Law School’s Mediation Clinic hosted the UK’s first mediation clinic conference on 6 February. The virtual conference was attended by 120 people, including from India, Lebanon, Kenya, Georgia and Ireland. The keynote speakers were Carrie Menkel-Meadow, one of the founders of
Addleshaw Goddard has partnered with University of Strathclyde's Fraser of Allander Institute to explore digital and technology trends within the Scottish business community during the COVID-19 pandemic. An upcoming report, due to be published on 1 October, is a continuation of the report published
Law students and faculty at Strathclyde University have been recommending books, films, TV shows, music and podcasts for people to enjoy during the lockdown in the form of the Strathclyde Non-Law Review.
An event at Strathclyde University has shed light on mediation. Scotland's 2016 simple procedure rules encourage sheriffs to refer parties to mediation; yet what takes place inside the mediation room is a mystery to most.
Law lecturer Malcolm Combe has announced he is taking up a new post at the University of Strathclyde in December. Mr Combe, a solicitor and senior lecturer in law at the University of Aberdeen, admitted in a blog post that it "will be a wrench to leave" the north-eastern city after more than eight y
Students from Strathclyde University will practice their advocacy skills in front of a justice at the UK Supreme Court this year. Students will undertake a moot before Lord Reed on 3 April in a bout designed to give them the chance to practice their advocacy skills by delivering a structured le