Aileen joined Durham University in September 2019, having previously worked at Strathclyde, Glasgow and Bristol universities. Her expertise lies is UK and Scottish constitutional and administrative law, as well as in energy regulation. She is particularly interested in devolution and the future of the territorial constitution, as well as the various legal and constitutional challenges arising from Brexit. Amongst other things, she is a member of the Law Society of Scotland’s Constitutional Law Sub-Committee; co-chair of the British-Irish Chapter of the International Society of Public Law; a member of the Scottish Government’s Expert Panel on Environmental Charges and Other Measures; and a member of the Academic Advisory Group to the International Bar Association’s Section on Energy, Environment, Infrastructure and Resources Law.
RT @annacmeine: The book offers plenty of food for thought for philosophers, theorists, lawyers, politicians and citizens alike. Ideal cond…