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Conference launches research and guidance on supporting employees who have been complained about

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A conference co-organised by the Scottish Public Services Ombudsman (SPSO), Queen Margaret University (QMU), and the University of Glasgow took place in Edinburgh on Tuesday 5 December. The conference explored how best to support public-service employees who have been subject to a complaint. The conference launched an SPSO report on ‘Making Complaints Work for Everyone’.… 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

Professor Dame Hazel Genn will give the 2014 James Wood lecture

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Professor Dame Hazel Genn, Dean of UCL Faculty of Laws will speak on the topic of “Civil Justice south of the border: a troubled past and an uncertain future”. Venue: Senate room Date: 17th October 2014 Time: 5.30pm is the lecture start time, access to the Senate room, Gilbert Scott Building, University of Glasgow from 5pm. Cost: free… Continue reading

Professor Jim Gallagher will deliver a lecture on ‘What happens after a No Vote?’

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      The potential consequences of a vote for independence have been much argued about, but less attention has been given to the consequences of a No vote. Professor Jim Gallagher will argue that it will mean more than just a rejection of a separate state, but that for the first time Scots have… Continue reading