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International Law as a Profession: A Lecture Series at the School of Law

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“I quite like international law, but … can you actually do something with it?” Most of us teaching international law will have heard statements like this. I hear them about once a week. It turns out you can (do something with international law). A lecture series at the University of Glasgow is meant to show… Continue reading

The Legal Education Foundation

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On Friday 13 May, the School of Law hosted an event to introduce the Legal Education Foundation to Scotland. It was attended by delegates from across the legal sphere of Scotland: solicitors from large commercial firms, Citizens Advice Bureaus and representatives from the civil service and Scottish universities. The day began with an introduction from… Continue reading