About the Critical Legal Conference 2020
The Critical Legal Conference 2020 is being hosted by the University of Dundee, organised in collaboration between the School of Law and the Scottish Centre for Continental Philosophy.
Dundee and Angus are delighted to be hosting the Critical Legal Conference 2020. Please use as much or as little of the information links as you need to make the most of your stay. The information below has been especially tailored to your conference with the aim of making your visit to Dundee and Angus as easy as possible. Using the links below you can find the most relevant information to help you plan your trip.
Conference Venue - Dalhousie Building
The conference is being held at the award winning Dalhousie Building at the University of Dundee. Named after the Earl of Dalhousie, second Chancellor of the University, this was designed by Campbell & Arnott and opened by the Queen in 2007. View our Accessiblity Guide and Green Credentials.
Civic Reception - Verdant Works, Thursday 3 September 2020
The Lord Provost looks forward to welcoming CLC2020 at the Civic Reception at Verdant Works on Thursday 3 September 2020.
Verdant Works is an award-winning working jute museum that captures the spirit of the industrial age, a stunning example of Victorian mill architecture.
Conference Dinner - V&A Dundee, Friday 4 September 2020
V&A Dundee is a design museum which opened on 15 September 2018. The V&A Dundee is the first design museum in Scotland and the first Victoria and Albert museum outside London. The V&A Dundee is also the first building in the United Kingdom that has been designed by Kengo Kuma
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Conference Privacy Statement
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Discount Flights with Loganair, Scotland's Airline
Loganair is offering up to 30% off flights to delegates travelling to Dundee from London City or Belfast for this conference.
Please book at Loganair.co.uk before 7 September 2020, quoting promotional code CLC2020 at the time of booking, for travel between 1 September 2020 and 7 September 2020.
Visiting the UK: Information for EU, EEA and Swiss Citizens
What you need to know about visiting the UK from 1 February 2020 - click here
The situation regarding the COVID-19 coronavirus is a rapidly changing one, and we are keeping it under review. However, given current projections there is no expectation that CLC2020 will be cancelled or postponed. If this changes we will of course let you know.
Further advice and current information on the outbreak can be found via these links:
You may also find Andreas Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos’s analysis of interest: Covid: The Ethical Disease