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Getting the (Law) Right for Every Child

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When the long awaited Supreme Court judgment was issued yesterday morning, the Scottish government, behind the upbeat tweets and positive spin, must surely have groaned. The Named Person scheme, and the bigger project – the Children and Young People (Scotland) Act 2014 – of which it is only a part, has been a long time… Continue reading

Trainee Continuing Professional Development

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Glasgow university

    We provide innovative CPD courses which are developed by practitioners, for practitioners, and delivered by trained subject experts. Course information and booking instructions are available through the links. Trainee CPD programme webpage Here are a few courses for which we still have places available. Team Working and Delegation: 19/04, 17/05 Identify your personal… Continue reading

Calling all Environmental law students

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The National Trust for Scotland, in partnership with the University of Glasgow, is offering an exciting prize for students of environmental law. The prize is in honour of the late Colin Donald, who had a distinguished association with both partners, spanning a period of four decades. Applicants should submit an essay (maximum 5000 words) on… Continue reading

30 Years of Judicial Review

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Stair building, University of Glasgow

  The papers from the conference “30 Years of Judicial Review” jointly organised by the Universities of Glasgow and Strathclyde Law Schools in January 2015 have been published in the latest issue of the Juridical Review (Part 4, 2015). The conference was organised (with generous support from the Clark Foundation for Legal Education and the… Continue reading

GlasGOw Global event for year 1 students

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main building, university of glasgow

GLASGOW GLOBAL This event is exclusively for first year law students, so you have nothing to lose, and everything to gain! Do you want to learn a new language, volunteer with refugees and asylum seekers, or spend a couple of weeks in Holland at a free summer school? We are offering these opportunities – and… Continue reading

CPD- February and March availability.

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Stair building, University of Glasgow

    We have some availability on the following TCPD/CPD courses for February and March: Human Rights Law 02/02/2016, 09/02/2016, 23/02/2016 Civil Litigation, Practical aspects 18/02/2016, 25/02/2016 , 03/03/2016, 10/03/2016 Advocacy Skills for Courts and Tribunals 29/02/2016, 07/03/2016, 14/03/2016, 21/03/2016 Renewable Energy 02/03/2016, 09/03/2016 Licensing 15/03/2016,22/03/2016 Course information and booking instructions available though the links. Dates… Continue reading

TCPD for the New Year

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main building, university of glasgow

    TCPD sessions in January and February include: Mediation– 6 hours over 3 sessions (plus 2 hours preparation time – 8 hours in total) Mandatory Ethics– 4 hours over 2 sessions (4 hours in total) Human Rights Law ( new course)- 6 hours over 3 sessions (6 hours in total) Civil Litigation– 8 hours over 4 sessions… Continue reading

GULS Law Review

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Glasgow University main building

    Now in its third successful year, the Law Review is one of the most successful GULS initiatives going from strength to strength in only a few years. The student lead initiative is headed by an Editor-in-Chief and eleven sub-editors who are responsible for regularly publishing articles on the website and overseeing the annual… Continue reading

Frankfurt Investment Law Workshop 2016

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Prof. Christian Tams

  Investment Arbitration as a Motor of General International Law? A conference announcement For many years, the Law School (together with the University of Frankfurt and the Max Planck Institute in Heidelberg) has co-hosted an annual workshop on investment law. While much of investment law debate remains practice-driven, especially as investment arbitration has become big… Continue reading

Professor Rosa Greaves elected to the Academia Europaea

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Professor Rosa Greaves been elected to the Academia Europaea (The Academy of Europe). The Academia Europaea is a functioning European Academy of Humanities, Letters and Sciences, composed of individual members. Membership is by invitation which is made only after peer group nomination, scrutiny and confirmation as to the scholarship and eminence of the individual in… Continue reading