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Edinburgh Law School is Scotland’s leading legal research institution and has a reputation for research excellence in the United Kingdom, Europe and across the globe. Edinburgh Law School is committed to providing a creative, dynamic, diverse and inclusive research environment for researchers and students, and to producing world-leading research that contributes to scholarship and the wider community.

Current research themes

Cutting across the main research areas and centres at Edinburgh Law School is a series of research themes that represent our distinctive strengths and connect scholars at all career stages.

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Book cover - The Human Embryo in Vitro
This book argues that in regulating 'the embryo' – that is, a processual liminal entity in itself - the law is regulating for uncertainty.
The Human Embryo In Vitro: Breaking the Legal Stalemate
By Catriona A.W. McMillan

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