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Alumni Perspectives: Antoine Parry, Legal Assistant, Court of Justice of the European Union

Antoine Parry (LLM by Research, 2019) is the current legal assistant in the cabinet of Advocate General N. Emiliou at the Court of Justice of the European Union. In this capacity, he has worked on…

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CRFR Informal Seminar - Marriage in Past, Present and Future Tense

In this seminar, Professor Janet Carsten discussed findings from an ongoing collaborative project funded by the European Research Council, 'A Global Anthropology of Transforming Marriage'…

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Week 2 - Design and Build 2021

Week 2 of Semester - Week 1 of the Design, Build, and Redesign group project. Very short summary of the brief - a lot more detail is involved and available in the pdf brief documentation.

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Scottish Feminist Judgments Podcast: Bonus Episode

In this bonus episode, we discuss the impact that feminist judgments can have, and how they are meaningful. In the first half of the episode, Amrita Ahluwalia-McMeddes and Gabrielle Blackburn,…

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Scottish Feminist Judgments Podcast Episode 3: Coyle v Coyle - the practice of fairness

Mr and Mrs Coyle were married for 25 years. After several years of being separated, Mrs Coyle filed for divorce. They had accumulated some wealth over the years, and they agreed to share this wealth…

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Lecture 3 Part 3

Lecture 3 Part 3: Individualism and convergence

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Scottish Feminist Judgments Podcast Episode 2: Ruxton v Lang - the importance of perspective

In 1998, Fiona Lang was charged under the Road Traffic Act of being in charge of a motor vehicle while over the limit: drink driving. Fiona pled the defence of necessity, saying she was fleeing in…

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Scottish Feminist Judgments Podcast Episode 1: Drury - history and cultural legacies

In 1998, Marylin McKenna was murdered by Stuart Drury. Drury was tried for her murder and was found guilty, but he appealed the decision claiming he had been provoked into killing Marylin because she…

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Scottish Feminist Judgments Project Exhibition - Scottish Parliament

The Scottish Feminist Judgments Project is an interdisciplinary project rewriting key legal judgments from a feminist perspective. In September 2018, they brought their project to the Scottish…

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Scottish Feminist Judgments Project

The Scottish Feminist Judgments Project is part of a global series that aims to imagine how important legal cases might have been decided differently if the judge had adopted a feminist perspective.…

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EEM-APM-8.3 - Methodological Issues in Philosophy of Law 1 (Martin Smith)

'Liability and Individualized Evidence' Segment 3 Advanced Philosophical Methods Dr Martin Smith Online MSc in Epistemology, Ethics and Mind

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Evaluating clustering systems

Evaluating clustering systems

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