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Professor Jim Murdoch receives European Award for Excellence in Teaching

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Professor Jim Murdoch is to receive the fifth annual European Award for Excellence in Teaching in the Social Sciences and Humanities. The award, initiated by the Central European University’s Provost and Pro-Rector Liviu Matei and overseen by the University’s Centre for Teaching and Learning, aims to promote excellence in teaching across the European Higher Education… Continue reading

The European Human Rights Project

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    A party of Glasgow students has just returned from visiting the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg. The occasion was the opportunity for the Senior Honours students to present oral arguments to a ‘Grand Chamber’ comprising  Judges and members of the Court Registry (including Section Registrar, Dr Stan Naismith and Registry lawyer,… Continue reading

Study abroad and the John Brown Scholarship Fund

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On the 19th November a reception marking 25 years of ‘study abroad’ in the School of Law was attended by some 70 alumni, guests, staff and current students. Outward mobility planning began on the very day the Berlin Wall fell: 8 hours after  a team of three flew in from Glasgow to meet colleagues at Mainz,… Continue reading