On Tuesday 3 February at 11.00am in the Neil MacCormick Room (ground floor, Old College), the CLDG and the Legal Theory Research Group will jointly host a
Q&A with Professor Jeremy Waldron (Professor, New York University School of Law)
The one-hour event will allow participants to ask Prof. Waldron about his work, which has been so influential in legal and political philosophy. Participants are asked to prepare their questions in advance, and to keep them concise.
To kick off the semester, in place of a formal meeting we will have an outing to an exhibition on the Jacobite uprising of 1715 at the National Library of Scotland on George IV bridge. The visit will begin with a 15-minute talk by Dr Karen Baston, Research Data, Impact, and Knowledge Exchange Coordinator at the Law School, which will put the exhibition and the uprising in historical context. Constitutional scholars familiar with the period are particularly welcome to join. More information on the exhibition can be found on the NLS website. There is no charge for entry to the exhibition.
Meeting place: We will meet in the Neil MacCormick Room (ground floor, Old College) at 3.00pm for the talk and walk together to the National Library after the talk.
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