On Friday the 26th of February, the Aberdeen Law Project will host its 2016 Annual Lecture at the Kings College Auditorium, located in the University of Aberdeen campus.
Since it’s formation in 2009, the Aberdeen Law Project has hosted a number of distinguished legal names including Lord Hope, the former Deputy President of the Supreme Court, Lord Advocate Frank Mulholland QC and Garry Allan QC. This year ALP is delighted to welcome the President of the Law Society of Scotland, Christine McLintock, as its keynote speaker.
The ALP annual lecture is key to raising awareness of the great work that the Aberdeen Law Project does in facilitating access to justice and empowering local communities.
The event will start at 4.30 pm. It is CPD verifiable and for Trainees counts towards the 20 hour non-authorised TCPD requirement. A drinks reception will follow.
ALP's annual lecture is open to the public and anyone wishing to attend should contact Megan Lukins by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org and/or by confirming your attendance using the Eventbrite link provided below: