Professor Bryan Clark

Law

Personal statement

I joined the Law School in 2004 from Heriot Watt University as a lecturer in commercial law.  I am currently a Professor and was head of the Law School from 2013-2016.  My main teaching and research interests lie in the fields of company law and increasingly in the area of mediation and civil justice.  In respect of the latter, I am most interested in the interaction between mediation and other alternative forms of dispute resolution with the workings of the courts and lawyers.  I try to engage actively in relevant professional fields and my work has a significant impact beyond the boundaries of academia engaging with, and informing policy and practice. 

 

Publications

Construction mediation in Scotland : an investigation into attitudes and experiences of mediation practitioners
Trushell Ian , Clark Bryan, Agapiou Andrew
International Journal of Law in the Built Environment Vol 8, pp. 101-122, (2016)
http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/IJLBE-09-2015-0014
Can courts enhance the use of mediation?
Clark Bryan
Asian Journal on Mediation Vol 2015, pp. 49-59, (2015)
Some thoughts on IBAS adjudication
Clark Bryan
Scots Law Times Vol 2015, pp. 61-64, (2015)
Mediation : Stair Memorial Encyclopaedia
Clark Bryan
Stair Memorial EncyclopaediaStair Memorial Encyclopaedia, (2014)
Construction mediation in Scotland : an investigation into attitudes and experiences of mediation practitioners
Agapiou Andrew, Clark Bryan
Proceedings 30th Annual ARCOM Conference, 1-3 September 2014 , Portsmouth, UKProceedings 30th Annual ARCOM Conference, 1-3 September 2014 , Portsmouth, UK, (2014)
Construction mediation in Scotland : a comparison of the views and experiences of lawyers and END-USERS
Agapiou Andrew, Clark Bryan
Proceedings 30th Annual Association of Researchers in Construction Management Conference, ARCOM 2014, pp. 583-591, (2014)

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Research interests

Mediation, civil justice and the workings of lawyers; company law and aspects of land/water rights