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People

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Dr Natalie Ashton

Dr Natalie Ashton

Post Doctoral Research Fellow, Philosophy

Professor Paul Beaumont

Professor Paul Beaumont

Professor of Private International Law, Law

Dr Kirsten Blakey

Dr Kirsten Blakey

Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Philosophy

Dr Domenico Carolei

Dr Domenico Carolei

Lecturer in Public Int. Law & Public Law, Law

Miss Lorraine

Miss Lorraine

PhD Researcher, Law and Philosophy - Division

Dr Benjamin Clubbs Coldron

Dr Benjamin Clubbs Coldron

Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Law

Professor Rowan Cruft

Professor Rowan Cruft

Professor, Philosophy

Dr Leslie Dodd

Dr Leslie Dodd

Lecturer in Scots Law, Law

Dr Michelle Donnelly

Dr Michelle Donnelly

Lecturer in Law, Law

Professor Antony Duff

Professor Antony Duff

Emeritus Professor, Philosophy

Professor Philip Ebert

Professor Philip Ebert

Professor, Philosophy

Dr Mo Egan

Dr Mo Egan

Senior Lecturer, Law

Dr Damian Etone

Dr Damian Etone

Senior Lecturer, Law

Dr Edit Frenyo

Dr Edit Frenyo

Lecturer in Child & Family Law, Law

Professor Alison Green

Professor Alison Green

Professorial Fellow, Law

Dr Adrian Haddock

Dr Adrian Haddock

Senior Lecturer, Philosophy

Dr Jayne Holliday

Dr Jayne Holliday

Lecturer in Private International Law, Law

Dr Simon James Hope

Dr Simon James Hope

Lecturer, Philosophy

Dr Kent Hurtig

Dr Kent Hurtig

Lecturer, Philosophy

Dr Colin Johnston

Dr Colin Johnston

Senior Lecturer, Philosophy

Outputs (1679)

Outputs

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Book Chapter

Etone D (2023) The South African National Protection System. In: Ramcharan B, Magazzeni G, M'Bikay M & French I (eds.) A Global Handbook on National Human Rights Protection Systems. Leiden, Netherlands: Brill/Nijhoff. https://brill.com/edcollbook/title/64050?rskey=TaUTAd&result=3


Article

Noto La Diega G (2023) ‘Internet aperto o eccessi proprietari? Brevi note a margine della recente giurisprudenza inglese e scozzese in tema di linking e comunicazione al pubblico. Diritto Mercato Tecnologia, 2023. https://www.dimt.it/la-rivista/internet-aperto-o-eccessi-proprietari-brevi-note-a-margine-della-recente-giurisprudenza-inglese-e-scozzese-in-tema-di-linking-e-comunicazione-al-pubblico/


Book Chapter

Wheeler M (2023) What have the Arts and Humanities ever done for us? Disruptive Contributions and a 4E Cognitive Arts and Humanities. In: Besser S & Lysen F (eds.) Worlding the Brain: Neurocentrism, Cognition and the Challenge of the Arts and Humanities. Experimental Pratices, Volume 3. Leiden and Boston: Brill, pp. 258-273. https://brill.com/display/title/64719?language=en


Book Chapter

Noto La Diega G (2023) The Internet of Things (You Don’t Own) under Bourgeois Law: An Integrated Tactic to Rebalance Intellectual Property. In: Internet of Things and the Law: Legal Strategies for Consumer-Centric Smart Technologies. Routledge Research in the Law of Emerging Technologies. London: Routledge, pp. 275-340. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780429468377


Article

Schubert T, Kulcsar Z & Ebert P (2023) Optimal aus Fehlern lernen. Schweizerische Ärztezeitung, 103 (40), pp. 72-73. https://saez.ch/article/doi/saez.2023.22151; https://doi.org/10.4414/saez.2023.22151


Book Chapter

Sutherland E (2023) Scotland: Incrementalism and Compromise in Reforming Child and Family Law. In: Wilson RF & Carbone J (eds.) International Survey of Family Law 2023. 1 ed. Cambridge: Intersentia, pp. 179-197. https://www.larcier-intersentia.com/en/international-survey-family-law-2023-9781839704017.html


Book Chapter

Wheeler M, Kukkonen K, Ballaster R, Dumas G, Keazor H & Vogel J (2023) Creativity and Contingency: Provoking Chance across the Arts. In: Duprat A & James A (eds.) Figure of Chance Volume 2. Figures of Chance. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge.


Article

McArdle D (2023) The employment implications and tax status of English football referees: Commissioners for HM Revenue and Customs v Professional Game Match Officials Ltd [2021] EWCA Civ 1370 European Development. European Labour Law Journal. https://doi.org/10.1177/20319525231201279


Book Chapter

Johnston C (2023) That which ‘is true’ must already contain the verb: Wittgenstein’s rejection of Frege’s separation of judgment from content. In: Zalabarado JL (ed.) Wittgenstein's Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus: A Critical Guide. Cambridge Critical Guides. Cambridge. https://www.cambridge.org/core/books/wittgensteins-tractatus-logicophilosophicus/D98F7DEEF0B576D6FC33FAA949C8B241


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Projects (44)

Projects

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Agency, Rationality, and Epistemic Defeat
PI: Dr Giacomo Melis
Funded by: Medical Research Council

From Smart Technologies to Smart Consumer Law: Comparative Perspectives from Germany and the United Kingdom
PI: Professor Guido Noto La Diega
Funded by: Arts and Humanities Research Council

Access to Justice for Social Rights: Addressing the Accountability Gap
PI:
Funded by: The Nuffield Foundation

FRONTLINERS: Climate change and human rights: closing the accountability gap
PI: Professor Annalisa Savaresi
Funded by: The British Academy

Varieties of Risk: Epistemology and Psychology of Risk
PI: Professor Philip Ebert
Funded by: Arts and Humanities Research Council

The Scottish Law and Innovation Network
PI: Professor Guido Noto La Diega
Funded by: The Royal Society of Edinburgh

Norms for the New Public Sphere: Institutionalising Respect for Truth, Self Government, and Privacy
PI: Professor Rowan Cruft
Funded by: Arts and Humanities Research Council

Emerging Technologies in Policing
PI: Dr Niall Hamilton-Smith
Funded by: Scottish Institute for Policing Research

Zooming in on Privacy and Copyright Issues in Remote Teaching
PI: Professor Guido Noto La Diega
Funded by: British and Irish Law Education and Technology Association

Are We Owned? A Multidisciplinary and Comparative Conversation on Intellectual Property in the Algorithmic Society
PI: Professor Guido Noto La Diega
Funded by: Modern Law Review

Biases in outdoor sport risk judgements
PI: Professor Philip Ebert
Funded by: The Royal Society of Edinburgh

Where do we go from here? The development of private international law in the UK and the post Brexit environment.
PI: Professor Paul Beaumont
Funded by: Arts and Humanities Research Council

Care, Consent and Sport Related Concussion: Ethico-Legal Investigation into Head Injuries in Boxing, Football, and RugbyUnion
PI: Dr David McArdle
Funded by: Arts and Humanities Research Council

Right to Health in Prison
PI:
Funded by: Medical Research Council

Online Hate & Responsible Social Media Use: A Preliminary Analysis
PI:
Funded by: British and Irish Law Education and Technology Association

Amnesty International Consultancy
PI: Professor Annalisa Savaresi
Funded by: Amnesty International

The Art of Distributed Cognition
PI:
Funded by: Arts and Humanities Research Council

Association of Law Teachers Conference 2020
PI: Dr David McArdle
Funded by: Delegates - Conferences

Workshop: Applied Ethics of Nudging
PI: Professor Philip Ebert
Funded by: Scots Philosophical Association

Connecting with a low-carbon Scotland
PI:
Funded by: The Royal Society of Edinburgh

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