Dundee Law School is now a well-established part of Scotland's legal education landscape but the story of how it came to be is not straightforward. In Dundee Law 1865–1967, Robin White provides a detailed account of more than 100 years of legal education in Dundee, from the earliest recorded law classes in the mid-nineteenth century to the emergence of the modern Dundee Law School in the 1960s. As an LLB graduate in the year that Dundee University split from St Andrews University (1967) and an esteemed long-time member of staff, the author is well placed to consider and reflect upon the development of Dundee Law School against a wider background of considerable change in Scottish legal education and wider society.
|Number of pages||2|
|Journal||Edinburgh Law Review|
|Publication status||Published - 31 May 2020|