Monthly Archives: June 2016

Some reflections on the EU Referendum and a note on #indyref2

The UK has opted for Brexit, that much we know. There is still much that needs to happen before the UK extricates itself from the European Union. Domestic politics might yet intervene to stop Brexit. We shall see, but the … Continue reading

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The Environmental Implications of Redistributive Land Reform Redux

On 25 August 2016 Dr. Jayne Glass, Dr. Calum Macleod and yours truly will be taking part in a public lecture at the University of Aberdeen on the Environmental Implications of Redistributive Land Reform. More information can be found here. … Continue reading

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A note from the new Chair of the Scottish University Law Clinic Network

The Scottish University Law Clinic Network is an informal forum that allows students, staff and supporters involved with student law clinics in Scotland to share information and best practice with each other. SULCN has featured on this blog before, as … Continue reading

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