Jurisprudence
Programme and Papers

Abstracts and papers are available below the programme:

Programme

Session 1: September 11th 13.45 - 15.15 Room G8

1A   Tom Frost, ( Newcastle)
        Rape and the ‘Abnormal': Meditations on Consent
1B   Elimma C. Ezeani, (Robert Gordon)
        Violence in International Law: A Conceptual Study of Terrorism.
1C    Andreas Dimopoulos,( Brunel)
        Let's misbehave: intellectual disability and capacity to consent to sex

Session 2: September 11th 15.45 - 17.15 Room G8

2A   M. Isabel Garrido Gomez, (University of Alcalám Spain)
        The Risks of the New Law
2B   Matyas Bodig, ( Aberdeen)
         'Legal Theory and Legal Doctrinal Scholarship': a paper on doctrinal knowledge and the methodological profile of legal scholarship
2C   Ego Chinwuba (University of Lagos, Nigeria)
         Jurisprudence, Legal Education and the missing link to Nigerian's quest for Development

Session 3 September 12th 09.00 - 10.30 Room G8

3A      Ferdinand von Prondzynski, (Robert Gordon)
           Law, Legal Education and Interdisciplinarity
3B      Stephanie O'Flynn (National University of Ireland, Galway)
           The Case for a European Convention on Animal Rights

Session 4 September 12th 13.30 - 15.00 Room G8

4A    Burkhard Schafer, (Edinburgh)
         Let the battle commence - computer assisted legal education in adversarial systems and the multissensory turn in jurisprudence
4B   Sylvie Langlaude, (Queen's University Belfast)
        The rights of religious associations in Europe
4C   Olufemi O. Ilesanmi, (Robert Gordon)
        At what Stage should Jurisprudence be taught? A Reflection on the Integrity and Role of the Module in Legal Education Curriculum

Abstracts

‘Violence in International Law: A Conceptual Study of ‘Terrorism’ by Elimma C. Ezeani.
‘Rape and the ‘Abnormal’: Meditations on Consent by Tom Frost.
Let's misbehave: intellectual disability and capacity to consent to sex –by Dr. Andreas by Andreas Dimopoulos.
The Risks of the New Law by ISABEL GARRIDO GÓMEZ,.
'Legal Theory and Legal Doctrinal Scholarship': a paper on doctrinal knowledge and the methodological profile of legal scholarship. by Matyas Bodig.
Jurisprudence, Legal Education and the missing link to Nigerian’s quest for Development by Nwudego Chinwuba.
Law, Legal Education and Interdisciplinarity by Ferdinand von Prondzynski.
Let the battle commence - computer assisted legal education in adversarial systems and the multisensory turn in jurisprudence. by Burkhard Schafer.
The rights of religious associations in Europe by Sylvie Langlaude.
At what stage should Jurisprudence be taught? A Reflection on the Integrity and Role of the Module in Legal Education Curriculum by Olufemi O. Ilesanmi.
The Case for a European Convention on Animal Rights by Stephanie O'Flynn National University of Ireland, Galway (NUIG) .

Papers

JURISPRUDENCE, LEGAL EDUCATION AND THE MISSING LINK TO NIGERIA’S QUEST FOR DEVELOPMENT* by Ego Chinwuba.

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