Law SchoolOur seminar series

The Strathclyde Law School runs a seminar series throughout term time. This year, these seminars will take place on Wednesdays from 1pm to 2pm via Zoom. All sessions will last for one hour which will include discussion and comment. 

The seminar series is primarily targeted at the Strathclyde community: staff, students, and visitors. The Zoom link and passcode for individual sessions will be circulated internally via email. If you have not received the login details for any of the sessions listed below please contact Mara Ntona.  

Some seminars are open to a wider audience. Where this is the case, you can click on the relevant event to find the booking page.

Please follow us on Twitter if you want to know more about the seminar series and other Law School events: @lawstrath

  • 25 May 2022 - Domestic Abuse in Scotland and Elsewhere: Observations from the Criminal Law, Dr Rhonda Wheate
  • 11 May 2022 - Exploring the Relationship between Compliance and Compulsion in Child Welfare Decision Making, Dr Michelle Donnelly
  • 23 March 2022 - Devolution and the Ebb and Flow of Parliamentary Sovereignty, Dr Chris McCorkindale
  • 23 February 2022 - Collaborative Research in the Law School: Human Rights and the Environment, Prof Alan Miller, Prof Elisa Morgera & Dr Elaine Webster
  • 9 February 2022 - On Partnerships, Promises and Succession, Dr Jonathan Brown
  • 26 January 2022 - Law, Race and Decolonial thought in UK Law Schools: Presences, Absences, Possibilities and Hope, Dr Foluke Adebisi, University of Bristol
  • 3 November 2021 - Reassessing the Bullock Report (1977): Attempting a Minor Comparativism, Dr Rebecca Zahn
  • 29 September 2021 - Getting Started with Research Funding, Dr Emily Rose

  • 10 March 2021 - Climate Change Litigation Beyond the Usual Suspects: From a Book to a Policy Relevant Tool, Dr Francesco Sindico
  • 17 February 2021 - Collaborative Research on Internet Law and Policy in the Law School, Dr Angela Daly & Dr Oles Andriychuk
  • 20 January 2021 - 1 Year On: Scotland and Human Rights Leadership in a Changing World, Prof Alan Miller
  • 9 December 2020 - Financial Regulation as a Public Good, Dr Michael Randall
  • 25 November 2020 - A discussion with the editors of 'Land Reform in Scotland: History, Law and Policy', Dr Malcolm Combe, Dr Jayne Glass & Prof Annie Tindley
  • 18 November 2020 - The Constitutional Basis of Rationality Review: Artificial Reason, Constitutional Justification, and Wrongful Discrimination, Dr Michael Foran