Apr 16 2008

Scottish Public Law Group: ‘Remedies in Public Law’

This seminar, at Glasgow University at 5.30pm on Wednesday 23 April, is the first to be held by the newly-formed Scottish Public Law Group. Full details are at Murray Stable calendar.

The Scottish Public Law Group was launched in February 2008 as a forum in which academics, advocates, solicitors and government lawyers can meet and discuss matters of topical interest in public law in Scotland. In its first year, it is intended to hold a series of quarterly seminars. The Summer Seminar, on “Re-thinking the devolution settlement and the ‘national conversation’”, will be hosted by the Faculty of Advocates on 26 June 2008. Further details will be posted here in due course.

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