Lord Hope of Craighead: Lecture in Honour of Sir Gerald Gordon: 'Crumbs from Under the Master's Table'
Lord Hope's lecture, delivered in honour of the contribution of Sir Gerald Gordon to Scots criminal law, considers how Scots law should deal with the problem of corroborating a victim's account of events in prosecutions for sexual offences.
Professor Ellen Hey: Brodies Lectures in Environmental Law: 'The Water Framework Directive and the Marine Strategy Framework Di
'The Water Framework Directive and the Marine Strategy Framework Directive: New Relationships between EU and International Law' Lecture given by Professor Ellen Hey, Head of Department of Public International Law, Erasmus University of Rotterdam, at Edinburgh School of Law.
Justice Scalia is a law graduate of Harvard University and a former Law Professor. He has served for over 20 years as an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. In his Tercentenary Lecture, Justice Scalia explores the theme of judges as moral censors of democratic choice.
Professor Sir Neil MacCormick: Professor Sir Neil MacCormick: Valedictory Lecture
Valedictory Lecture given by Professor Sir Neil MacCormick on 28 January 2008, at the Playfair Library, University of Edinburgh, on 'Just Law'. Introduced by Professor Timothy O'Shea, Principal of the University of Edinburgh; and by Professor Nicola Lacey, LSE. Running time 1:10:18.
Lord Hope of Craighead: The Tercentenary W.A. Wilson Lecture: 'The Strange Habits of the English'
The Tercentenary W.A. Wilson Lecture, given by Lord Hope of Craighead, on 'The Strange Habits of the English', in the Playfair Library, University of Edinburgh, on 23 November 2007. Running time: 0:37:36.
Professor Neil Walker: Professor Neil Walker: 'Europe's Midlife Crisis'
Joint event of the Europa Institute and the Centre for Law and Society. A lecture by Professor Neil Walker on 'Europe's Midlife Crisis', given at Edinburgh Law School on 22 November 2007. Running time: 1:02:55.
Professor W.R. Cornish: Tercentenary Chiene Lecture: 'Conserving Culture and Copyright'
The Tercentenary Chiene Lecture, given at the Playfair Library, University of Edinburgh, on 27 Seotember 2007 by Professor W.R. Cornish (University of Cambridge), on 'Conserving Culture and Copyright: A Partial History'. Running time 0:56:09.
Professor Jonathan Simon: Jonathan Simon Seminar: 'Governing Through Crime, and New Labour'
Talk given by Professor Jonathan Simon (University of California, Berkeley) at the seminar, 'Governing Through Crime, and New Labour: Policy Transfer or a Common Culture of Control?', held at the University of Edinburgh, on 24 September 2007. Running time 0:41:09.
Professor Vernon Palmer: W.A. Wilson Memorial Lecture 2007: 'Two Rival Theories of Mixed Legal Systems'
Professor Vernon Palmer (Thomas Pickles Professor of Law, Tulane University), 'Two Rival Theories of Mixed Legal Systems', given on 27 June 2007 at the Playfair Library, University of Edinburgh. Running time 1:04:03.
Professor David Garland: Tercentenary Centre for Law and Society Lecture: 'America and its Death Penalty'
The Tercentenary Centre for Law and Society Lecture, given on 19 April 2007 at the School of Law, University of Edinburgh, by Professor David Garland (NYU) on 'America and its Death Penalty'. Running time 0:58:13.
Ms Eleanor Sharpston, Q.C.: Tercentenary Mitchell Lecture: 'An Ever Closer (and Ever Larger?) Union Among the Peoples of Europe
The Tercentenary Mitchell Lecture by Ms Eleanor Sharpston, Q.C., Advocate General of the European Court of Justice. 'An Ever Closer (and Ever Larger?) Union Among the Peoples of Europe?' Running time 1:14:00.
Professor Knud Haakonssen: Tercentenary Event Lecture: 'Eighteenth-Century Natural Law in Scottish, British and European Perspe
Lecture given by Professor Knud Haakonssen, Professor of Intellectual History and Director, Centre for Intellectual History, University of Sussex on 'The Foundation of the Faculty in Historical Context' Conference, a Tercentenary Event. Running Time 0:56:13.
Professor Anne Griffiths: Inaugural Lecture of Professor Anne Griffiths: 'Working for Justice'
Chair of Anthropology of Law. The lecture is entitled, 'Working for Justice: Comparative Reflections on Family Law', and was recorded at the University of Edinburgh on 30 January 2007. Running time 0:49:22.
Professor Jo Shaw: Inaugural Lecture of Professor Jo Shaw: 'Citizenship and Constitutionalism in the European Union'
Salvesen Chair of European Institutions. The lecture is entitled, 'Citizenship and Constitutionalism in the European Union - What Role for Political Rights?', and was recorded at Edinburgh Law School on 31 October 2006.