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Glasgow Law Post Graduate Conference 2018: An Overview

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Beginnings Joanna Wilson and Felicity Belton had the idea for a Glasgow Law Post Graduate Conference last summer, while sitting in the sun outside Stravaigin, discussing various conferences they had attended. Some were good, some were bad – was it possible that Glasgow Law could do it better? One of their main aims was to… Continue reading

Wolfgang Streeck visit to the School of Law

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The Glasgow Legal Theory research group (GLT) was delighted to welcome Wolfgang Streeck to the University last week as the GLT Fellow for 2018. Streeck is emeritus Director of the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies, and emeritus Professor of Sociology at the University of Cologne. A regular contributor to publications such as… Continue reading

Glasgow Legal Theory Spring Seminar

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The Glasgow Legal Theory research group held its Spring Seminar on 14 June. The keynote address was given by Michael Fischl who is Professor of Law at the University of Connecticut and a leading figure in critical legal studies. Prior to joining the University of Connecticut, Fischl was Professor of Law in Miami, and a… Continue reading

Altona Foundation for Philosophical Research (ASFPG) Scholarship in Legal Theory

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    This scholarship is offered to support students undertaking full-time doctoral research in legal theory at the School of Law of the University of Glasgow. The scholarship is intended to further interdisciplinary work in legal theory which engages political and social dimensions of law. The ASGPG is an independent foundation which has its seat… Continue reading