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Law SchoolOur seminar series

The 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

  • 18
    Nov
    2020

    Dr Michael Foran

    The Constitutional Basis of Rationality Review: Artificial Reason, Constitutional Justification, and Wrongful Discrimination
  • 9
    Dec
    2020

    Dr Michael Randall

    Financial Regulation as a Public Good
  • 20
    Jan
    2021

    Prof Alan Miller

    1 Year On: Scotland and Human Rights Leadership in a Changing World **open to external audience**
  • 3
    Feb
    2021

    Prof Elisa Morgera, Prof Alan Miller & Dr Elaine Webster

    Connecting Research and Practice in Human Rights and Environmental Governance in the Law School
  • 17
    Feb
    2021

    Dr Angela Daly & Dr Oles Andriychuk

    Collaborative Research on Internet Law and Policy in the Law School
  • 3
    Mar
    2021

    Dr Rebecca Zahn

    Historical Perspectives on Codetermination: Exiled Influences on the ‘German Model’
  • 10
    Mar
    2021

    Dr Francesco Sindico

    Climate Change Litigation Beyond the Usual Suspects: From a Book to a Policy Relevant Tool