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Thursday, March 28, 2013

SEMINAR: Endangered Mixed Legal Systems

A Seminar on ‘Endangered Mixed Legal Systems’ will be held in Glasgow on 10-11 June 2013.

The provisional programme is as follows:

10 June

9-9:30 Registration, Coffee, and Tea

Welcome and opening address – Emerita Professor Esin Örücü

10-12 Session 1 - Chair: Dr Séan Patrick Donlan

Scotland: Professor Sue Farran
Quebec: Professor Sophie Morin
Cyprus: Dr Achilles Emilianides

12-1:30 Lunch

1:30-3 Session 2 - Chair: Séan Patrick Donlan

St Lucia: Professor Jane Mathew Glenn
Jersey: Sir Philp Bailhache

3-3:30 Afternoon Tea

3:30-5 Roundtable Discussion

‘Risks and Resistance’ 
(based on the presentations)

7:30 Symposium Dinner

For invited guests and conference speakers
The Bothy Restaurant, 11 Ruthven Lane, Glasgow

11 June

9:30-11 Session 3 - Chair: Professor Sue Farran

Seychelles: Justice Matti Twomey
Guyana: Professor Christine Toppin-Allahar

11-11:30 Coffee and Tea

11:30-1 Session 4 - Chair: Professor Sue Farran

Mauritius: Professor Tony Angelo
Guernsey: Michael McAuley

1-2 Lunch

2-3:30 Roundtable Discussion and Closing Session

‘Models of Mixing: is there an ideal?’

3:30 Afternoon Coffee and Tea

Those wishing to attend this two-day conference are requested to notify, by 31 May 2013, jennifer.crawford@glasgow.ac.uk. Please provide your name, institution, and the days you want to attend.

The cost of attendance is £10 per day, including buffet lunch and refreshments. Please note that there is limited capacity within the conference venue and early bookings would be appreciated. Cheques should be made out to the University of Glasgow.