Dr Jayne Holliday

Lecturer in Private International Law

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Dr Jayne Holliday

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About me

Jayne Holliday is a Lecturer in Private International Law. Her research focuses on private international law of family law and succession law. She has written on child abduction, rights of the child, divorce and succession. Jayne is currently working in these areas for the forthcoming book, Beaumont and Holliday (Eds) Guide to Global Private International Law (Hart, 2021). Her monograph, Clawback Law in the Context of Succession (Hart, 2020) was published in May 2020.

Prior to coming to Stirling, Jayne was a lecturer in law at the University of Aberdeen and before that Robert Gordon University.

She obtained her PhD, LLM in Private International Law with distinction and LLB from the University of Aberdeen and also has a BA(Hons) Humanities with History from the Open University. In 2020 she became an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

Research

Private International Law, Private International Law of Family Law and Succession Law.

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Outputs

Edited Book

Beaumont P & Holliday J (eds.) (2022) A Guide to Global Private International Law. Studies in Private International Law. Oxford: Hart Publishing. https://www.bloomsburyprofessional.com/uk/a-guide-to-global-private-international-law-9781509932078/

Book Chapter

Beaumont P & Holliday J (2022) Private international law of succession - Scotland. In: Bariatti S, Viarengo I & Villata F (eds.) EU Cross-Border Succession Law. First ed. Elgar European Law and Practice. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, pp. 450-469.

Book Chapter

Beaumont P & Holliday J (2022) Introduction. In: A Guide to Global Private International Law. First ed. Hart Studies in Private International Law, Vol 32. Oxford: Hart Publishing, pp. 3-13.

Book Chapter

Beaumont P & Holliday J (2021) Habitual Residence in Child Abduction Cases: The Hybrid Approach Is Now the Norm but How Much Weight Should Be Given to Parental Intention?. In: Pfeiffer M, Brodec J, Bříza P & Zavadilová M (eds.) Liber Amicorum Monika Pauknerova. Prague: Wolters Kluwer, pp. 27-36. https://obchod.wolterskluwer.cz/cz/liber-amicorum-monika-pauknerova.p6389.html

Authored Book

Holliday J (2020) Clawback Law in the Context of Succession. Studies in Private International Law. London: Hart. https://www.bloomsburyprofessional.com/uk/clawback-law-in-the-context-of-succession-9781509932337/

Book Chapter

Holliday J (2015) Reconciling the European Union Succession Regulation with the Private International Law of the UK. In: Gardenes Santiago M, Bergé J & Francq S (eds.) The Boundaries of European Private International Law: Les frontières du droit international privé européen / Las fronteras del derecho internacional privado europeo. Brussels: Bruylant-Larcier, pp. 297-308.

Teaching

Teaching

Private International Law (Ordinary), Private International Law of Family and Succession Law (Honours), Succession Law (LLB).