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Professor Kenneth Reid, Chair of Scots Law, presented his inaugural lecture, entitled "Smoothing the rugged parts of the passage: Scots Law and its Edinburgh Chair". This lecture examines the establishment of the Chair of Scots Law in 1722, considers some of its holders, and offers reflections on research and writing on Scottish private law. Recorded on Tuesday 18 September 2012 at the University of Edinburgh's Old College.
robert up at high court challenging authority today 29 2 2016 the men and women that sometimes act in the role of judges are a disgrace they are convicting men and women on legal rules of a legal society not law they are acting in fraud and deception they are a disgrace to call themselves public servants
A landmark series exploring the drugs of choice in different parts of the UK. From Mamba in Wolverhampton to Heroin in Manchester, this series lifts the lid on the narcotic landscape of Britain today. In the first of this series, we explore a legal high ‘epidemic’ in Wolverhampton. Following 27 year old Liam over three months in his battle to quit the synthetic cannabinoid “Black Mamba”. Legal Highs are set to be outlawed by the British government in April. The ban comes as a response to the increasing use of synthetic drugs across the streets of Britain. If you've been affected by any of the issues raised in this programme and live in the UK, these organisations may be able to offer help and support. http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/1kS7QTDB16PWkywhsXJLzxz/information-and-suppor...
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The Law Society of Scotland's Chief Accountant, Mr Leslie Cumming, was attacked at his Edinburgh home in January 2006. While various theories still exist as to why Mr Cumming was attacked, no one has yet been caught for the assault, which left Mr Cumming scarred. Anyone with information relating to the crime is encouraged to contact Lothian & Borders Police.
#30diasdeLondres - Ep 17: Edinburgh | Scotland - parte 1. - Nesse episódio eu vivo a primeira parte de uma aventura muito legal com as minhas amigas na Escócia! Edinburgh nunca esteve nos meus planos, mas foi uma das viagens mais legal que eu fiz na vida! Relatos de 30 dias inesquecíveis da Vida! - Fui passar 30 dias em Londres para fazer um curso de Fashion Design numa das faculdades mais importantes de Design do Mundo: a Central Saint Martins. - BLOG: http://www.ritaprado.com.br INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/ritapradoburgos CONTATO: email@example.com - ANIMAÇÃO: STUDIO GARGULA http://www.instagram.com/studio_gargula -
Edinburgh University law student probed over hate crime A law student is under investigation by his university after allegedly mocking ISIS on social media and 'putting minority students at risk and in a state of panic'. Robbie Travers is being probed by Edinburgh University amid claims he committed a 'hate crime', despite no criminal investigation by the police. The 21-year-old third-year student wrote a Facebook post after the US Air Force bombed an ISIS stronghold in Afghanistan in April. However his comments sparked a complaint from fellow student Esme Allman, who accused him of 'blatant Islamaphobia'. Following the air attack in April Mr Traves wrote: 'I'm glad we could bring these barbarians a step closer to collecting their 72 virgins'. Ms Allman, a second-year history student, ...
Campaigner, Andy Gunn, contracted HIV & Hepatitis C through contaminated blood products used to treat his Haemophilia : "When I got my notes for American litigation, it became clear they knew all along about me being infected. I feel betrayed, deceived but not surprised. For a long time I've had the Hep C virus, but wasn't told until 1994, this was AFTER I signed HIV waiver which said if I wanted compensation I should forego my legal rights should any other virus be found.... they stitched us all up." First Broadcast : Monday 6th June 2003 - Channel 4 News Reporter : Sarah Smith - Reference T16060331 (DAM)
Jens Thusen graduated in the LLM in Intellectual Property law programme in November 2014. Here, he discusses some of his highlights studying at Edinburgh Law School, his role in Edinburgh Law Connections and what he has done since graduating. Find out more about studying intellectual property law here: http://www.law.ed.ac.uk/teaching/postgraduate/llm_msc/intellectual_property_law
The Marriage and Civil Partnership (Scotland) Act 2014 comes into effect today meaning that anyone in a civil partnership can 'convert' their status to a marriage, or they can give the minimum 15 days notice of intention to marry from today. We met two couples at Leith Registrars who are already civil partners and who were taking the next steps to marriage.
Dr Pamela Abernethy of Edinburgh legal firm Simpson & Marwick testifies to the Scottish Parliament that Pleural Plaques are ok in her appearance at the Scottish Parliament's Justice Committee investigation of the Damages (Scotland) Bill, to aid Asbestos sufferers and their compensation claims. Dr Abernethy works for the Edinburgh legal firm of Simpson & Marwick, her profile is located here : http://www.simpmar.co.uk/people.php?article_id=143 The odd thing is the same insurers which Dr Abernethy's legal firm of Simpson & Marwick represent, also insure the asbestos victims lawyers and most of the Scottish Government including Kenny MacAskill's Justice Department which sponsored the Damages (Scotland) Bill.
The Edinburgh Law School has a robust Visiting Scholars programme, which brings leading legal, socio-legal and criminological scholars from around the world to participate in the research activities in Edinburgh. The Mason Institute was pleased to offer a lunchtime seminar with two current visiting fellows with interests in the ethical, legal, social and political implications and impacts of new technologies and practices in medicine and the life sciences. Speakers included: Dr Ruth Stirton on "In search of a father: The legal challenges of undertaking paternity testing after death" and Mr James Lee on "‘Yearworth v North Bristol NHS Trust: Instrumentalism and Fictions in Property Law’, from E Waring, S Douglas and R Hickey (eds), Landmark Cases in Property Law (Oxford, Hart Publishing, ...
Becca Farnum graduated from Edinburgh Law School in LLM International Law in 2014. Here, she discusses some of her highlights studying postgraduate law at the University of Edinburgh and how she coped without a law background. Find out about more about the LLM in International Law: www.law.ed.ac.uk/teaching/postgraduate/llm_msc/international_law
Part 2 - filmed by a colleague. Currently seeking legal advice. Part 1 is here - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=exs9kDODbn4