Aberdeen students launch latest law review



Mitchell Skilling

The latest edition of the Aberdeen Student Law Review has been launched.

The ninth volume of the journal covers the following issues:

  • Is the law in relation to negligence of the police satisfactory? by Scott Mackie
  • Corporate homicide/manslaughter: symbolic or purely instrumental? by Sophie Hofford
  • The future of the Natura 2000 network in post-Brexit Britain by Bettina Kleining
  • Are refugees awarded sufficient protections under human rights law? by Borys Biedron

Lead editor Mitchell Skilling told Scottish Legal News: “I am immensely proud of all the work done by the authors, editors and peer reviewers, as well as to our sponsors Stronachs LLP, for Volume 9 of the ASLR.

“All of the articles make for engaging reading, and I would particularly recommend Scott Mackie’s excellent article on police negligence.”

The journal can be accessed here



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