Many thanks to all who joined us yesterday! It was a wonderful evening discussing this fascinating book. We look forward to seeing you again at our upcoming events! https://t.co/sY8kqEY5fR https://t.co/EbxbZHGGr9

Sep 29, 2022

Don't miss this event! Today at 17:30 in OC. The EPLDG are delighted to welcome Sheriff Frank Crowe who will be presenting "Contact with Siblings" following a recent judgement in an adoption case. More information here https://t.co/VQnyxEAyIk https://t.co/Jn0V3EUKHa

Sep 29, 2022

Edinburgh Centre for Private Law retweeted:

Was a pleasure to speak at this event last night. The book is fantastic. https://t.co/AHKaMBJgXD

Sep 29, 2022

New blog entry by Prof Laura Macgregor: Supaseal Glass Ltd v Inverclyde reminds us that "contracts can be concluded orally, and parties may, like Mr Gorman, be found to have concluded a contract when they perhaps thought they had not done so"Read more here https://t.co/pU0WrvUidE https://t.co/uyRHBehcxC

Sep 26, 2022

'Claiming a Promised Inheritance: A Comparative Study' by Edinburgh Law School's Prof Alexandra Braun. A new monograph has been published by OUP. Read more about and get a 30% discount here https://t.co/s8G1oCGBMg https://t.co/dJscLNlnSS

Sep 22, 2022

Book Event! This 28th of Sep the EC for Commercial Law and The EC for Private Law present "Floating Charges in Scotland-New Perspectives and Current Issues" edited by @LawHardman and Dr Alisdair MacPherson. Great speaking are attending. More details: https://t.co/3xoUFQzT9R https://t.co/MyCJW4acY9

Sep 14, 2022

"Nation-Building, Capital Markets and Meaning of le Franc Or" by Prof David Fox. Check out this last post on the impacts and significance of "The Case of the Serbian Loans issued in France". https://t.co/aID4gIIrC8 https://t.co/ip76qjmK0A

Sep 6, 2022

"Gold Clauses in the Capital Markets of the Early Twentieth Century" by Prof D Fox from @UoELawSchool. Check out this excellent piece about a key moment in the history of monetary law: https://t.co/dYps294s0c

Sep 2, 2022

The updated 8th edition of 'Thomson's Family Law in Scotland', written by Edinburgh Law School's Katy Macfarlane, Lecturer in Child and Family Law has been recently published. Check it out here: https://t.co/3SWEHk5oLU https://t.co/KzzEdSZe6y

Aug 31, 2022

"Authorities in Early Modern Law Courts" Edited by Prof Guido Rossi is now available as open access: https://t.co/EHSAQGOs5n. For the printed edition see the discount on the flyer! https://t.co/APb2BIOnWz

Aug 29, 2022