Strathclyde Law School Lunchtime Staff Research Seminars 2019-20

Strathclyde Law School are delighted to announce their lunchtime staff research seminars for 2019/20.

November 6, 1-2PM
Dr Oles Andriychuk
"The Net Neutrality Ouroboros: A Policy In War With Itself"
Lord Hope Building, Room 226a

January 15, 1-2PM
Mr Jonathan Brown
"When the Exception is the Rule: Rationalising the 'Medical Exception' in Scots Law"
Lord Hope Building, Room 211a

January 29, 1-2PM
Dr Antonio Cardesa-Salzmann
TBC
Lord Hope Building, Room 218

February 12, 1-2PM
Dr James MacLean
"Managing Tensions, Resolving Conflict: law and interstitial transformation - a personal approach"
Lord Hope Building, Room 218

February 26, 1-2PM
Dr Michael Randall
"Financial Regulation as a Public Good"
Lord Hope Building, Room 218

March 11, 1-2PM
Ms Mara Ntona
"Conceptualising Just Marine Geographies: Insights from International Environmental Law and EU Cohesion Policy"
Lord Hope Building, Room 227a

March 25, 1-2PM
Dr Laura Major
"Managing the Ocean - Perspectives from Legal Anthropology"
Lord Hope Building, Room 227a

All seminars will last for one hour which will include discussion and comment. Please feel free to bring your lunch along. Tea and coffee will be provided. All are welcome.

Check the seminar and roundtable series section for more info on series organised by the Strathclyde Centre for Environmental Law and Governance (SCELG)