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MSc in Intellectual Property, Innovation and the Creative Economy

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The School of Law based ‘Centre for Copyright and New Business Models in the Creative Economy (CREATe)’ is launching an online Masters programme in September 2016 at the interface of regulation, technology and the creative industries with an aim to create future digital innovators and creative leaders. The MSc@CREATe will cater to the executive development… Continue reading

GULS Law Review

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    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

Academic vacancies in the School of Law

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The School of Law welcomes applications for the following new academic posts: Professor of Law Applications will be welcomed from suitably qualified individuals in all areas of law, although we do have particular interest in developing or enhancing our standing in the areas of Energy Law, Environmental Law, and Property Law. Senior Lecturer in Commercial… Continue reading

School of Law recognised for advancing gender equality

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      The School of Law at the University of Glasgow has today been recognised for their progress in advancing gender equality. The School achieved a Bronze level in Equality Challenge Unit’s (ECU) trial gender equality mark. Based on the principles of ECU’s highly successful Athena SWAN Charter for women in science, the gender… Continue reading