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Duties and Responsibilities
Hamish Ross is a Lecturer in the Law School. He is currently the Stage 2 Tutor (Law) and is also the module leader for undergraduate and postgraduate Construction Law courses, and undergraduate courses including Contract Law and Jurisprudence.
He is the holder of a dual practice qualification (solicitor E&W and Scotland) with main academic interests in jurisprudence, legal theory and sociology of law. He practised as a solicitor in Commercial Property Law until 1998 (Glasgow, Edinburgh and London) and, from 2002, as a professional support lawyer (Commercial Property and Land Law) for leading Scottish law firms.
Hamish Ross is interested in supervising PhDs in the areas of:
- Jurisprudence and Legal Theory/Sociology of Law,
- Construction Law
- Commercial Property Law.
'Law as a Social Institution' (May 2001) Hart Publishing. Legal Theory Today Series. Ed. John Gardner.
'Law in an Institutional Society': academic monograph (current project, unfinished)
'Hohfeld and the Analysis of Rights' (2002). Contributed chapter to jurisprudence textbook: Chapter 13 of Jurisprudence & Legal Theory: Commentary and Materials edited by James Penner, David Schiff and Richard Nobles. Butterworth.
'Social Power and the Hohfeldian Jural Relation', Nottingham Law Journal. Vol. 10 (1), 2001.
'Hans Kelsen and the Utopia of Theoretical Purism'(2001) 12 King's College Law Journal.