Monthly Archives: February 2013

Human rights, land reform and citizen advocacy at #G2013

Today is the second day of #G2013, or – in non-Twitter parlance – The Gathering 2013. The Gathering is something of a big blether at Glasgow’s SECC for all things third sector, with all the third-sector hangers-on that such a … Continue reading

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Lord Hope becomes Patron of Aberdeen Law Project

Originally posted on The Aberdeen Law Project:
The Rt. Hon. Lord Hope of Craighead Ahead of its third Annual General Meeting, the Aberdeen Law Project is delighted to announce that the Rt. Hon. Lord Hope of Craighead, Deputy President of…

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Clinical Legal Education: My reflections on the Form and Funding event at LSBU

I have blogged about my interest in clinical legal education and pro bono publico student law clinics a number of times (see here, here and, for good measure, my Streetlaw blog here). A developing interest in terms of my pedagogical study is … Continue reading

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Giving away an island: Part 4 (and other land reform stories)

That Scottish land question, eh? No-one seems to be able to answer it once and for all. In fact, what was the question again? Anyway, leaving that [huge] question to one side, you may recall I blogged about giving away … Continue reading

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Land Reform – Part 3 – Ruaig an Fhèidh

Mini-blog time. Remember the Pairc case that I blogged about towards the end of last year? There, the Court of Session held that the Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2003 and related regulations did not breach Article 1, Protocol 1 (the … Continue reading

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Winding-up football clubs and stakeholder scepticism

I have dabbled in a law meets football blog before. My most visited blog (by some distance) was this post about the DUFC v RFC football match. After all the build-up to the game in question, Dundee United won 3-0 … Continue reading

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Forthcoming event – Land Reform and Human Rights: What are the connections?

Are you going to be in Glasgow on 27 February? I will, in attendance at The Gathering at the SECC. What is The Gathering? I shall explain by drawing from The Gathering’s website. The Gathering is a place for passionate … Continue reading

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