For the 5th year running, the Edinburgh Legal Theory Group is organizing a 3-day workshops series, which will take place from Tuesday 29th to Thursday 31st of May 2012, at the University of Edinburgh School of Law.
The event will consist of 5 workshops, in the areas of Private Law, Medical Ethics, Legal Reasoning and Constitutional Law:
- Private law: Theories and methods (29th May)
- Challenging individualism: Why the individual might no longer be the appropriate focus for ethics in the regulation of medicine and research (29th May)
- Objectivity between scientific and legal decision-making (30th May)
- Practical reason, objectivity and legal judgment (30th May)
- Is parliament still sovereign? (31st May)
In each workshop, national and international academics will present their latest work, and engage in discussions with attendants to the workshops. For more information about the workshops please visit our
Everyone is warmly invited to take part in the workshops. Attendance to the workshops is free, but if you like to attend please confirm your attendance by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org before the 20th of May.
Wendy van der Neut and Luiz Silveira
Convenors Edinburgh Legal Theory Research Group 2011-2012