Scottish Legal History Conference, Civil Law Centre, University of Aberdeen, 29 July 2011
University of Aberdeen's Civil Law Centre's Scottish Legal History Conference, 29 July 2011
A one-day conference providing a forum for academic presentation, discussion and debate of Scottish legal history and the development of Scots law.
JOHN FINLAY, SENIOR LECTURER, GLASGOW
Notaries Public in Scotland, 1700-1799
CRAIG NEWBERRY-JONES, PHD CANDIDATE, EXETER
Our Learned Friends? The Shifting Public Image of Barrister in the 19th Century Press
KAREN BASTON, PHD CANDIDATE, EDINBURGH
Law Books in the Library of Charles Areskine, Lord Tinwald (1680-1763)
ANDREW SIMPSON, LECTURER, ABERDEEN
The History of the Presumption of Ownership in Moveable Property
JOHN MCLEOD, LECTURER, GLASGOW
The Reception of the actio Pauliana into Scots Law
PAUL DU PLESSIS, SENIOR LECTURER, EDINBURGH
The Idea of Contract in Early Modern Europe
All those with an interest in Scottish legal history are warmly invited to attend. To register for the conference email Adelyn Wilson. There is no charge for attendance.