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A high-achieving law student and one of the UK’s top postgraduates have shared the most prestigious award given to University of Dundee students. Cameron Irons and Dr Holly Keir have been named as the joint winners of this year’s Wimberley Award, given to the student or students who have

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Straight-A students are being rejected by Edinburgh Law School in favour of less qualified pupils from deprived areas, The Times reports. One candidate who was on track to receive 10 highers, having already obtained six As in fifth year, was rejected for the LLB course because there was no space lef

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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 Lord Advocate, Dorothy Bain QC, will deliver the Aberdeen Law Project's (ALP) Annual Lecture next month. The event will be held in a hybrid format. In-person tickets are limited due to seating capacity, but the event will also be streamed online for those who cannot attend in person.

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Strathclyde University's Calum Sanderson and Gabriel Kielty have won this year's Lord Jones Moot Competition. Held at the University of Dundee last month, the Strathclyde team beat the host university's Alex Anderson and Saul McGivney in the final.

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David Ridley and Alison Woods have joined the Aberdeen Law Project's board. Mr Ridley, a corporate finance associate at Womble Bond Dickinson and former student member of the project, and Alison Woods, a partner and co-head of the UK employment team at CMS, will be taking up their positions with imm

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