Servitudes and Rights of Way in Scotland
Seminar by Professor Roderick Paisley
Date & Time: Wednesday, 25th March 2020
Venue: Waverley Chambers, Ladhope Vale, Galashiels, TD1 1BW
Time: Registration and refreshments from 18:30, seminar 19:00 – 21:00
The Faculty of SSSP will host a seminar entitled “Servitudes and Rights of Way in Scotland” by Professor Roderick Paisley (University of Aberdeen) to be held on the evening of Wednesday, 25th March 2020 at Cullen Kilshaw’s offices at Waverley Chambers, Ladhope Vale in Galashiels. Registration and refreshments from 18:30, the seminar will start at 19:00.
Professor Roderick Paisley
LLB Hons, Dip LP (Aberd),
Solicitor & Notary Public (1989), PhD (Aberd)
Chair of Scots Law, University of Aberdeen
‘Servitudes and Rights of Way’ (1998) by D. J. Cusine and Professor Roderick Paisley is the recognised authoritative guide on this subject. Professor Paisley is in the course of completing a second edition of the book and is currently conducting research relating to land law and servitudes.
Professor Paisley’s doctorate was awarded for a thesis on Crown Rights in Relation to Land in Scotland. He joined University of Aberdeen’s School of Law following a period as a solicitor in private practice specialising in land law and conveyancing in Scotland.
CPD Training – 2 Hours
Please note as this seminar contributes to CPD training, we will retain your name and email address securely, in accordance with GDPR, to pass onto the Law Society of Scotland as evidence of your attendance should it be required.
Cullen Kilshaw Solicitors
Galashiels, TD1 1BW
Waverley Chambers is an accessible building with passenger lift to all floors. The event venue is on the second floor of the building. Please access the building by the door opposite the train station.
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