Strathclyde University

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A law professor at the University of Strathclyde has been elected as an emeritus member of the Society of Legal Scholars (SLS), in recognition of his distinguished career as an academic. Professor Alan Paterson OBE joined Strathclyde in 1984 and served as head of the university’s law school fo

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Strathclyde Law School has announced the retirement of Professor Kenneth Norrie, and his appointment as professor emeritus. Professor Norrie has enjoyed a distinguished career over 40 years. Initially a lecturer at Dundee and then at Aberdeen, he has given 33 years’ service to Strathclyde. A S

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Strathclyde Law School has announced a number of appointments in the areas of human rights, public and administrative law. Katie Boyle has joined from the University of Stirling. She is professor of human rights law and social justice. Her research addresses legalisation of economic and social right

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The student-run Law Clinic at the University of Strathclyde has been named a winner in the Herald’s Law Awards of Scotland, in recognition of its work in giving access to justice to communities in the Glasgow area.

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Strathclyde Law School has announced the appointment of Professor Adelyn Wilson as its new head of school. Professor Wilson joins Strathclyde from Aberdeen University, where she held a personal chair and was the university’s dean for international stakeholder engagement. Her research interests

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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.

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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.

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