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1st SCOTLIN Early Career Scholars Symposium

Updated: May 20



The first SCOTLIN ECR Symposium will be hosted by University of Edinburgh, on 1-2 June 2022. The theme broadly includes “identifying socio-legal processes for a sustainable future: conceptual challenges and opportunities of law, governance, and technology for sustainable development., generously funded by Royal Society of Edinburgh.


We are delighted to announce the programme of the symposium.


Day 1:

10am – 11am - Registration, morning coffee

11am- 12:30pm - Law, AI and Trust

Chair Professor Burkhard Schafer, Edinburgh Law School Presenters Thomas Broderick - Edinburgh Law School Lilit Nagapetyan - Queen Mary University of London Claire Barale - The University of Edinburgh Leonardo Romanò - The University of Luxembourg


12:30am- 1:30pm - Lunch & Coffee break


1:30pm- 3:15pm - Intellectual Property Law, Technology and Sustainable Change

Chair Dr Emmanuel Oke, Edinburgh Law School Presenters Jia Wang - Durham Law School Julija Kalpokienė - Vytautas Magnus University Amy Thomas- University of Glasgow Aline Iramina - University of Glasgow Jie Liu - University of Glasgow


Day 2

10am – 10:30am - Morning coffee

10:30am- 12:15pm - Opportunities and Challenges of International Law and Sustainable Development Goals Chair Professor Richard Whitecross, Edinburgh Napier University Presenters Ayça Atabey - Edinburgh Law School Silvia Cesa-Bianchi - University College London Alessandra Accogli - University College Dublin Nevena Jevremovic - University of Aberdeen Demi-Lee Franklin - University of Liverpool


12:15am- 1:15pm - Lunch & Coffee break


1:15pm- 2:30pm- Sustainable Development and Economic Freedom

Chair Dr Arianna Andreangeli – Edinburgh Law School Presenters Linus Hoffmann - European University Institute Beatriz Kira - University of Oxford Alba Ribera - University Carlos III



Conference Programme 1st and 2nd JUN
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