On the 2nd June 2017 Humanist Society Scotland and the University of Glasgow will present a conference on Religion in Scots Law.
This conference will allow for discussion of some of the findings of the groundbreaking research commissioned by HSS and carried our by academics at the University last year. Delegates will hear from a number of high profile speakers including:
- Professor Callum Brown, Professor of Late Modern European History at University of Glasgow
- Professor Jane Mair, Professor of Private Law at University of Glasgow
- Dr Brian Dempsey, Course organiser at University of Dundee at researcher on Scots irregular marriage, domestic abuse and LGBT law.
- Gordon MacRae, Chief Executive Humanist Society Scotland
This event is open to all HSS members and will be held at the Gilbert Scott Conference Suite at the University of Glasgow between 9:30 am and 4:30 pm. Lunch will also be provided for attendees.
To attend please register online > CLICK HERE TO REGISTER.
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