Tag Archives: Aberdeen

Land Rights and Land Responsibilities: An Audience with the Chair of the new Scottish Land Commission

The University of Aberdeen’s May Festival 2017 runs from 26 to 28 May. I am delighted to be playing a part in a free event on Friday 26 May at 14:30, which is explained as follows. In one of the … Continue reading

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Some reflections on the “Land reform in Scotland: legal, historical and policy perspectives” #AbdnLand event

This is a blog post offering some personal reflections on the public lecture and conference held at the University of Aberdeen on 25 and 26 August 2016. This programme was probably the first big-ticket academic/practitioner get-together that “I” organised “myself”. … Continue reading

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Land reform in Scotland: legal, historical and policy perspectives

This is a signpost blog post, to direct readers of this blog to details of an event on 26 August 2016 at the University of Aberdeen that will take an interdisciplinary look at Scottish land reform. Further information can be … Continue reading

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University of Aberdeen School of Law Blog

The School of Law at the University of Aberdeen has launched a blog. The inaugural post is about some minutes unearthed at the University’s Old Aberdeen campus, dating from 1919 to 1944. I have set up a static Page about … Continue reading

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SULCN Conference 2015: Pushing the Boundaries

On 3 June 2015 the fourth annual Scottish University Law Clinic Network conference takes place at the University of Aberdeen. SULCN is an organisation that brings together the various pro bono activities at the Scottish universities, such as the Aberdeen … Continue reading

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Aberdeen Law Project Lecture 2015

Another year, another chance for me to bask in the reflected glory of the achievements of law students at the University of Aberdeen who volunteer at the Aberdeen Law Project. One such achievement was organising a well-attended lecture with a … Continue reading

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Police suspension of pedestrian access after a football match

Anyone who knows me will, I hope, attest to the fact I am not much of a trouble-maker. This is particularly true at the moment as I continue my recovery from chemotherapy and surgery, but happily I am now able … Continue reading

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