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Douglas Maxwell LL.B (Hons), Dip. LP, M.Phil (Cantab)

Research Interests

Property law, property theory, human rights, land law reform, apologies laws, and legal issues involving art and antiquities

 

An Alternative Framework For interpreting Article 1 Protocol No. 1 of the European Convention on Human Rights

Key Publications

- D. Maxwell ‘Disputed Property Rights’ (2017) 4 European Current Law pp. 347-368
- D. Maxwell ‘Disputed Property Rights’ (2016) 46 European Law Review pp. 900-925
- D. Maxwell ‘Iraq: A Basis in Law? (2016) Journal of the Law Society of Scotland pp. 12-15
- D. Maxwell ‘The Apologies (Scotland) Act 2016' (2016) 3 Journal of Personal Injury Law pp. 79-94
- D. Maxwell ‘The British Bill of Rights: Radical Reform or Damp Squib? (2016) Journal of the Law Society of Scotland [online]
- D. Maxwell ‘Land Reform and Human Rights the Unanswered Questions (2016) Journal of the Law Society of Scotland pp. 22-24.
- D. Maxwell ‘Sorry seems to be the hardest word’ (2014) Journal of the Law Society of Scotland [online]

 

 

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MSPL Workshop 10 April 2017

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Property Bar Association Day Conference on Land law

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New Centre Fellow

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Professor Sergio Nasarre-Aznar joins the Centre. Professor Nazarre completed his M.Phil at Cambridge (Cantab) and is an expert on European property law.

Seminar on Updating the LRA 2002

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