Ximena Vengoechea, a member of the Faculty of Advocates, will be a panellist in a webinar on "Women's Perspectives on a Career in International Law". Ms Vengoechea will be one of three panellists for the event organised by the Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights and the
Webinar - The Cumberlege Review: Potential Consequences for Product Liability in Scotland – Wednesday 22nd July at 4pm On 8 July 2020, the Cumberlege review was published in England. It contains a scathing indictment of leadership and regulation of the provision of medicines and medical device
7 July12pm Simon Di Rollo QC will take a look at the two recent decisions of the Supreme Court from April on vicarious liability – designed to correct misunderstandings of the lower courts concerning the governing principles of the application of secondary liability.
Patrick Penninckx, head of the information society department at the Council of Europe conducted a webinar entitled Artificial Intelligence and Human Rights this week. It was organised by the European Law Students Association (ELSA) as part of a series of webinars on law and technology. The spe
Businesses in the energy sector are encouraged to join a dedicated webinar on Tuesday 19 May at 12:30pm which will outline practical advice from industry experts to help address concerns within the market as a result of COVID-19. Hosted by Addleshaw Goddard, Rebooting Aberdeen will include insight f
One of Scotland’s leading experts on immigration law, Alan Caskie, will be speaking in the last of the series of webinars on EU citizens’ rights, organised by the Citizens Rights Project. Applications for settled or pre-settled status can be refused if an applicant fails a ‘suitabi
Registrations are still open for two more in the series of free webinars which are being hosted by the Citizens’ Rights Project. On Tuesday 12 May, from 1600 – 1730, there will be a webinar on “Specific issues in applying for settled status”. The speaker will be Janey Armstro
A series of free online seminars on EU citizens’ rights are being organised by the Citizens' Rights Project, which works with EU citizens across Scotland. The webinars will focus mainly on the ‘Settled Status’ scheme under which EU citizens currently in the UK can get a permanent r
Terra Firma Chambers has announced the first of a series of webinars providing vital information and updates across its core practice areas at this unprecedented time of social and economic upheaval. Local Government in Challenging Times will be broadcast on Zoom at 11am on Tuesday, 28th April.