Colin Reid

+44 (0) 1382 384637
Professor of Environmental Law
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Bio

Biography

After studying at the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge, Prof. Reid worked as a lecturer in the Department of Public Law at the University of Aberdeen for 10 years before taking up a post as Senior Lecturer in Dundee at the start of 1991. He was appointed Professor of Environmental Law in 1995. He was Head of the Department of Law from 1997-2000 and served as Dean of the Faculty of Law and Accountancy from January 2004 until a reorganisation of University structures led to the abolition of the Faculty in August 2006. Between 2004 and 2013 he was a member of the Peer Review College of the Arts and Humanities Research Board and from 2010-2013 as one of its Strategic Peer Reviewers. In 2011 he was appointed as a member of the Law sub-panel for the assessment of research under the Research Excellence Framework (REF 2014).  He serves as Convener for Scotland on the Executive of the Society of Legal Scholars and became a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts in 2012.

His two main areas of interest are public law and environmental law, which have come together in studies of judicial review in environmental matters, recent studies of the handling of environmental matters within systems of devolved government and studies of the climate change duties imposed on Ministers. Projects include examining the evolution of environmental concerns in the regulation of hydro-electric dams (funded by the AHRB) and collaborative work with geographers on the legal issues arising from the dynamic nature of the coastline. A research project with Andrea Ross (funded by the AHRC) has examined the implementation of EC environmental law within the devolved structures of the United Kingdom.  Work on the latest edition of his book "Nature Conservation Law" which was published in 2009 has been developed to explore the role of new legal approaches in biodiversity conservation and attracted funding from the AHRC for a project leading to the book "The Privatisation of Biodiversity?: New Approaches to Conservation Law" (with W. Nsoh) and to other publications in academic and professional journals.

The impact of Brexit on environmental law is a further area of interest, leading to appearances at the Scottish and UK Parliaments, involvement in a research project (funded by the ESRC as part of The UK in a Changing Europe programme) and participation in groups seeking to provide information and advice on the technicalities of the process. This work has produced several conference and seminar papers and articles, one of which won the 2016 Willoughby Prize for the best paper in the Journal of Energy and Natural Resources Law.

A further ESRC-funded project (joint with Dr. J. Mendel, Geography) will start in 2018, "Uncovering the Environment", examing the use and impact of the public right of access to environmental information.

He plays an active part in the environmental law community, including roles as founding Convener of the Environmental Law Section of the Society of Legal Scholars (formerly Society of Public Teachers of Law) and as a member of the editorial boards of Scottish Planning and Environmental Law, the Journal of Environmental Law and Environmental Law and Management. He contributes to the work of the UK Environmental Law Association, especially its Scottish and Nature Conservation Working Groups and Brexit Task-Force and he is a member of the Environmental Law Commission of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature. On several occasions he has given evidence to committees of the UK and Scottish Parliaments and between 2007 and 2013 he was a member of the statutory Public Transport Users' Committee for Scotland.

In January 2014 he was appointed as chair of the Legislation, Regulation and Guidance Group of the Partnership for Action Against Wildlife Crime in Scotland, which brings together the police, land managers, conservationists and the Scottish Government.

Within the University he was awarded the College Prize for Excellence in Public Engagement in 2015 and in June 2017 he was awarded a Chancellor's Prize for Outstanding Contributions to Teaching.

Teaching

Postgraduate:- Environmental Regulation (LLM)

Undergraduate:- Energy Projects and Environmental Law, Public Law, English Law of Contract 

Postgraduate supervision can be offered in the fields of environmental and public law. Recent research students have worked on the effectiveness of statutory obligations to have regard to nature conservation, strategic environmental assessment, coastal issues, the use of the criminal law to enforce environmental rules and how far the contaminated land regime incorporates a stewardship approach to land ownership.

Other teaching has covered a wide range of subjects including Constitutional Law, Administrative Law, Human Rights, English Criminal Law and Evidence and Legal Research Methods as well as contributions to EU Law, Legal System, English Law of Property, Equity & Trusts, Private Law of Scotland and to the Induction Programme of the Centre for Energy, Petroleum and Mineral Law and Policy. He has been responsible for the dissertation modules at both LLM and LLB levels.  Prof. Reid is a fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

Research

Environmental Law: biodiversity, nature conservation, regulatory approaches and enforcement, regulation of water resources (esp. hydro-electricity), coastal issues, forestry.

Constitutional and Administrative Law: multi-layered government, devolution, Brexit, subordinate legislation, judicial review, human rights.

Research supervision is available within the broad areas noted above and aspects of criminal law. The work of current and past research students includes the following topics: legal issues arising from the dynamic coastline, a comparison of marine fishing rights in China and the UK, the use of the criminal law to enforce anti-pollution laws in Nigeria, the impact of statutory obligations on public authorities to have regard to conservation, the role of sustainability in the community right to buy land in Scotland, marine governance and contaminated land.

Publications

Reid, C 2017,

'Review: Paddock, Glicksman and Bryner (eds), Decision Making In Environmental Law' Edinburgh Law Review, vol 21, no. 3, pp. 455-456. DOI:
10.3366/elr.2017.0444

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Reid, C 2017,

'You can't hurry love (for low carbon living)' Paper presented at Connecting with a low-carbon future, Stirling, United Kingdom, 19/04/17 - 20/04/17, .

Research output: Contribution To Conference



Reid, C 2017,

'Review: Elliott & Schaedla (eds): Handbook of Transnational Crime' Scottish Planning and Environmental Law, no. 180, pp. 50-51.

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Reid, C 2017,

'Brexit and the devolution dynamics' Environmental Law Review, vol 19, no. 1, pp. 3-5. DOI:
10.1177/1461452917693337

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Reid, C & Edwards, D 2017,

Strategic Environmental Assessment in a Cold Climate: The Scottish Experience. in G Jones & E Scotford (eds), The Strategic Environmental Assessment Directive: A Plan for Success. 1 edn, Bloomsbury, Oxford, pp. 313-332, Kingsland Conference: Strategic Environmental Assessment, London, United Kingdom, 14-14 February.

Research output: Contribution To Book Anthology



Reid, CT 2016,

'Education for Sustainable Development and the professional curriculum' Law Teacher, vol 50, no. 3, pp. 300-306. DOI:
10.1080/03069400.2016.1262986

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Reid, CT 2016,

Employing Property Rights for Nature Conservation. in C Godt (ed.), Regulatory Property Rights: The Transforming of Notion of Property in Transnational Business Regulation. Brill Academic Publishers, Leiden, pp. 169-188. DOI:
10.1163/9789004313521_010

Research output: Contribution To Book Anthology



Reid, C 2016,

'Marine Conservation', pp. 128, Scottish Planning and Environmental Law, 178 IDOX.

Research output: Contribution To Periodical



Reid, C 2016,

'Permitting deterioration of water quality', pp. 139, Scottish Planning and Environmental Law, 178 IDOX.

Research output: Contribution To Periodical



Reid, C 2016,

'Layers of Government', pp. 58-63, Environmental Scientist, 25 3 Institution of Environmental Sciences.

Research output: Contribution To Periodical



Reid, CT 2016,

'BREXIT and the Future of UK Environmental Law' Journal of Energy and Natural Resources Law, vol 34, no. 4, pp. 407-415. DOI:
10.1080/02646811.2016.1218133

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Reid, C 2016,

'Environmental Impact Assessment Reform', pp. 102-103, Scottish Planning and Environmental Law, 177 IDOX.

Research output: Contribution To Periodical



Reid, C 2016,

'Mapping Administrative Justice and Tribunals in Scotland', pp. 106, Scottish Planning and Environmental Law, 177 IDOX.

Research output: Contribution To Periodical



Reid, C 2016,

Conservation Easements in the United Kingdom. in LA Ristino & JE Jay (eds), A Changing Landscape: The Conservation Easement Reader. Environmental Law Institute Press, Washington, pp. 506-513.

Research output: Contribution To Book Anthology



Reid, C & Mendel, J 2016,

'Access to Environmental Information: Use and Impact' Society of Legal Scholars Annual Conference 2016, Oxford, United Kingdom, 6/09/16 - 9/09/16, .

Research output: Contribution To Conference



Reid, CT 2016,

'Brexit: challenges for environmental law', pp. 143-147, Scots Law Times, 2016 27 W. Green, 06 September.

Research output: Contribution To Periodical



Reid, CT 2016,

'Review of Planning Law (4th edition), by Neil Collar' SCOLAG Legal Journal, no. 467, pp. 187.

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Reid, CT & Nsoh, W 2016,

The Privatisation of Biodiversity?: New Approaches to Conservation Law. New Horizons in Environmental and Energy Law, Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham. DOI:
10.4337/9781783474448

Research output: Book Anthology



Reid, CT 2016,

'Environmental law outside the EU', Journal of the Law Society of Scotland, 18 July.

Research output: Contribution To Periodical



Reid, C 2016,

'Protective Expenses Order for RSPB', pp. 63-64, Scottish Planning and Environmental Law, 175 IDOX.

Research output: Contribution To Periodical



Reid, C 2016,

'The Environmental Law and Policy Implications of Brexit', pp. 8-10, Reporter, 52 Society of Legal Scholars.

Research output: Contribution To Periodical



Reid, C 2016,

'Environmental Justice in Scotland', pp. 26, Scottish Planning and Environmental Law, 174 IDOX.

Research output: Contribution To Periodical



Reid, C 2016,

'Wildlife Penalties Review: Note on report by Prof. Poustie for Scottish Government on Penalties for Wildlife Crime', pp. 28, Scottish Planning and Environmental Law, 174 IDOX.

Research output: Contribution To Periodical



Reid, C 2016,

'Procedures under the Environmental Assessment and Habitats Directives', pp. 37-38, Scottish Planning and Environmental Law, 174 IDOX.

Research output: Contribution To Periodical



Reid, C 2016,

'Local Review Bodies must consider planning permission application de novo', pp. 15-16, Scottish Planning and Environmental Law, 173 IDOX.

Research output: Contribution To Periodical



Reid, C 2016,

'The Future of Forestry in Scotland', pp. 129, Scottish Planning and Environmental Law, 130 IDOX.

Research output: Contribution To Periodical



Reid, CT 2015,

'"Brexit" and the environment' SCELG Seminar Series, Glasgow, United Kingdom, 2/12/15 - 2/12/15, .

Research output: Contribution To Conference



Reid, C 2015,

'What's so special about SSSIs? The challenge of diffuse conservation' Paper presented at The Society of Legal Scholars Annual Conference 2015 , York, United Kingdom, 1/09/15 - 2/09/15, .

Research output: Contribution To Conference



Reid, CT 2015,

'Big steps for biodiversity', pp. 78, Scottish Planning and Environmental Law, 170 IDOX.

Research output: Contribution To Periodical



Reid, CT 2015,

'Respecting conservation objectives in Special Protection Areas', pp. 94-95 , Scottish Planning and Environmental Law, 170 IDOX.

Research output: Contribution To Periodical



Reid, CT 2015,

'Review of: Interpreting Environmental Offences: The Need for Certainty. Emma Lees (Hart Publishing) £65' Scottish Planning and Environmental Law, no. 170, pp. 95.

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Reid, C 2015,

'Review of: Macrory: Regulation, Governance and Enforcement in Environmental Law' Scottish Planning and Environmental Law, no. 169, pp. 70-71.

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Reid, CT 2015,

'An environmental court for Scotland?', pp. 24-25, 89 UK Environmental Law Association.

Research output: Contribution To Periodical



Reid, CT 2015,

'No ministerial override for environmental information', pp. 60, Scottish Planning and Environmental Law, 169 IDOX.

Research output: Contribution To Periodical



Reid, CT 2015,

'Information and public authorities', pp. 62-63, Scottish Planning and Environmental Law, 169 IDOX.

Research output: Contribution To Periodical



Reid, CT 2015,

'Prohibitions within a Site of Special Scientific Interest', pp. 64, Scottish Planning and Environmental Law, 169 IDOX.

Research output: Contribution To Periodical



Reid, C 2015,

'Reporting on climate change duties', pp. 26-27, Scottish Planning and Environmental Law, 168 IDOX.

Research output: Contribution To Periodical



Reid, CT 2015,

'Environmental liability in marine waters', pp. 27, Scottish Planning and Environmental Law, 168 IDOX.

Research output: Contribution To Periodical



Reid, CT 2015,

'Review of The habitats directive in its EU environmental law context: European nature’s best hope?, by C.-H. Born et al.' Scottish Planning and Environmental Law, no. 168, pp. 47.

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Reid, CT 2015,

'Continuing non-compliance with the Aarhus Convention', pp. 5-6, Scottish Planning and Environmental Law, 167 IDOX.

Research output: Contribution To Periodical



Abboud, W, Churchill, RR, Hartmann, J, Reid, CT & Shields, K

Inquiry into EU reform and the EU referendum: implications for Scotland.

Research output: Other Contribution



Reid, CT 2014,

'Conservation Burdens and Covenants' Scottish Planning and Environmental Law, vol 1, no. 165, pp. 108-109.

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Reid, CT & Nsoh, W 2014,

'Whose Ecosystem is it Anyway: Private and Public Rights under New Approaches to Biodiversity Conservation' Journal of Human Rights and the Environment , vol 5, no. 2, pp. 112-135. DOI:
10.4337/jhre.2014.03.01

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Reid, CT 2014,

'Proposed environmental enforcement framework', pp. 79-80, Scottish Planning and Environmental Law, 164 IDOX.

Research output: Contribution To Periodical



Reid, C 2014,

'Balancing nature and renewable energy' Environmental Law and Management, vol 26, no. 3-4, pp. 100-104.

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Reid, CT 2014,

'The privatisation of biodiversity?', pp. 26-27, Chartered Forester, 2014.

Research output: Contribution To Periodical



Reid, CT 2014,

'Aarhus, Luxembourg and Costs: Commission v United Kingdom (C-530/11)', pp. 37-38, Scottish Planning and Environmental Law, 162 IDOX.

Research output: Contribution To Periodical



Reid, CT 2014,

'Scottish Tribunals and Administrative Justice Advisory Committee', pp. 26, Scottish Planning and Environmental Law, 162 IDOX.

Research output: Contribution To Periodical



Reid, CT 2014,

'Cost of Environmental Litigation: R (Edwards) v Environment Agency (No.2)', pp. 12-13, Scottish Planning and Environmental Law, 161 IDOX.

Research output: Contribution To Periodical



Reid, CT 2014,

'Bodies subject to Environmental Information Regulations: Fish Legal v Information Commissioner (C-279/12)', pp. 11-12, Scottish Planning and Environmental Law, 161 IDOX.

Research output: Contribution To Periodical



Reid, CT 2014,

'Taking account of environmental damage: a brief overview' Environmental Law and Management, vol 26, no. 5, pp. 166-170.

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Reid, CT & Nsoh, W 2014,

'The privatisation of biodiversity? New approaches to nature conservation law' Environmental Liability: Law, Policy and Practice, vol 22, no. 5, pp. 203-206.

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Reid, CT 2013,

'Independence and the Environment' Scottish Planning and Environmental Law, no. 159, pp. 102-103.

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Reid, CT 2013,

'Between priceless and worthless: challenges in using market mechanisms for conserving biodiversity' Transnational Environmental Law, vol 2, no. 2, pp. 217-233. DOI:
10.1017/S2047102512000210

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Reid, CT 2013,

'The promise of the market and the role of the private sector - biodiversity' Paper presented at Designing Effective Environmental Regulation: From Crisis to Transformation, Dublin, Ireland, 29/05/13 - 29/05/13, .

Research output: Contribution To Conference



Reid, CT 2013,

'Between Priceless and Worthless: Challenges in using market mechanisms for conserving biodiversity' Institute of Chartered Forsters: Woodlands and the Green Economy - capitalising on ecosystem services, Glasgow, United Kingdom, 1/05/13 - 2/05/13, .

Research output: Contribution To Conference



Reid, CT 2013,

'Review: Freedom of Information in Scotland in Practice by Kevin Dunion' SCOLAG Legal Journal, vol 2013, no. 424, pp. 40.

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Reid, CT 2013,

'Review: Environmental Judicial Review by Richard Moules' European Public Law, vol 19, no. 1, pp. 214-216.

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Reid, CT 2013,

Climate law in the United Kingdom. in EJ Hollo, K Kulovesi & M Mehling (eds), Climate change and the law. Ius Gentium: Comparative Perspectives on Law and Justice, vol. 21, Springer , Dordrecht, pp. 537-549. DOI:
10.1007/978-94-007-5440-9

Research output: Contribution To Book Anthology



Reid, CT 2013,

'Conservation covenants' Conveyancer and Property Lawyer, vol 77, no. 3, pp. 176-185.

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Nsoh, W & Reid, CT 2013,

'Privatisation of biodiversity: who can sell ecosystem services?' Environmental Law and Management, vol 25, no. 1, pp. 12-20.

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Reid, CT & Nsoh, W 2013,

'Biodiversity Offsetting and Conservation Covenants' Paper presented at UK Environmental Law Association, Cambridge, United Kingdom, 12/07/13 - 14/07/13, pp. 93-96.

Research output: Contribution To Conference



Reid, CT 2013,

'The End of the Road for Walton' Juridical Review: the Law Journal of the Scottish Universities, vol 2013, no. 1, pp. 53-61.

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Reid, CT 2012,

'Towards a biodiversity law: the changing nature of wildlife law in Scotland' Journal of International Wildlife Law and Policy, vol 15, no. 3-4, pp. 202-227. DOI:
10.1080/13880292.2012.724326

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Reid, CT 2012,

'A new sort of duty? The significance of “outcome” duties in the climate change and child poverty acts' Public Law, vol 2012, no. 4, pp. 749-767.

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Reid, CT 2012,

'Climate change law in Scotland' Ymparistojuridiikka, vol 2012, no. 1, pp. 18-39.

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Reid, C & Ross, A 2012,

Environmental governance in the UK. in M Alberton & F Palermo (eds), Environmental protection in multi-layered systems: comparative lessons from the water sector. Studies in Territorial and Cultural Diversity Governance, vol. 1, Martinus Nijhoff, Leiden, pp. 161- 185.

Research output: Contribution To Book Anthology



Reid, C 2012,

Scotland: constraints and opportunities in a devolved system. in M Peeters, M Stallworthy & J de Cendra de Larragan (eds), Climate law in EU member states: towards national legislation for climate protection. Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, pp. 137-155.

Research output: Contribution To Book Anthology



Reid, CT & Ross, A 2012,

Environmental governance in the United Kingdom. in Environmental Protection in Multi-Layered Systems: Comparative Lessons from the Water Sector. vol. 1, Studies in Territorial and Cultural Diversity Governance, vol. 1, Martinus Nijhoff, pp. 161-186.

Research output: Contribution To Book Anthology



Reid, CT 2011,

Environment and sustainable development. in EE Sutherland, KE Goodall, GFM Little & FP Davidson (eds), Law Making and the Scottish Parliament: the Early Years. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, pp. 317-340. DOI:
10.3366/edinburgh/9780748640195.003.0034

Research output: Contribution To Book Anthology



Reid, CT 2011,

'The privatisation of biodiversity?: possible new approaches to nature conservation law in the UK' Journal of Environmental Law, vol 23, no. 2, pp. 203-231. DOI:
10.1093/jel/eqr005

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Reid, CT 2010,

Nature conservation. in F Mc Manus (ed.), Environmental law in Scotland. W. Green, pp. 12/1-12/79.

Research output: Contribution To Book Anthology



Reid, CT 2010,

'Wildlife reforms in Scotland' Environmental Law Review, vol 12, no. 4, pp. 256-265.

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Ross, A, Nash, H & Reid, CT 2009,

'The implementation of EU environmental law in Scotland' Edinburgh Law Review, vol 13, no. 2, pp. 224-251. DOI:
10.3366/E1364980909001371

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Reid, CT 2009,

Nature conservation law. 3rd edn, W. Green.

Research output: Book Anthology



Mc Glashan, DJ, Duck, RW & Reid, CT 2009,

'Legal implications of mobile shorelines in Great Britain' Area, vol 41, no. 2, pp. 149-156. DOI:
10.1111/j.1475-4762.2008.00854.x

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Reid, CT 2009,

Environmental legislation of the Scottish Parliament. in H Mac Queen (ed.), Miscellany VI . Stair Society publications, no. 54, The Stair Society, pp. 63-73.

Research output: Contribution To Book Anthology



Mc Glashan, DJ, Duck, RW & Reid, CT 2008,

'Unstable boundaries on a cliffed coast: geomorphology and British laws' Journal of Coastal Research, vol 24, no. 1, supplement, pp. 181-188. DOI:
10.2112/04-0333.1

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Reid, CT 2008,

'Regulation in a changing world: review and revision of environmental permits' Cambridge Law Journal, vol 67, no. 1, pp. 126-144. DOI:
10.1017/S0008197308000093

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Nash, H, Ross, A & Reid, CT 2007,

'Multi-level governance - a study of the implementation of environmental law in post-devolution Scotland' Environmental Law and Management, vol 19, no. 4, pp. 159-169.

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Reid, CT & Woods, M 2006,

'Implementing EC conservation law' Journal of Environmental Law, vol 18, no. 1, pp. 135-160. DOI:
10.1093/jel/eqi053

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Reid, CT & Woods, M 2006,

'Erratum: Implementing EC Conservation Law: Commission v UK ' Journal of Environmental Law, vol 18, no. 2, pp. 184. DOI:
10.1093/jel/eql016

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Reid, CT, Pillai, AL & Black, AR 2006,

'Regulating long-term impacts on the Scottish landscape: quarries, dams and forestry' Environmental Law Review, vol 8, no. 1, pp. 33-50. DOI:
10.1350/enlr.2006.8.1.33

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Reid, CT 2006,

'Review and revision of permissions' Scottish Planning and Environmental Law, no. 117, pp. 109-111.

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Roberts, IR & Reid, CT 2005,

'Nature conservation duties: more appearance than substance' Environmental Law and Management, vol 17, no. 4, pp. 162-168.

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Pillai, A, Reid, CT & Black, AR 2005,

'Reconciling renewable energy and the local impacts of hydro-electric development' Environmental Law Review, vol 7, no. 2, pp. 110-123.

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Reid, C & Mc Glashan, D 2005,

'Erosion, accretion and intervention' Juridical Review: the Law Journal of the Scottish Universities, no. February 2005, pp. 74-87.

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Reid, CT, Pillai, A & Black, AR 2005,

'The emergence of environmental concerns: hydroelectric schemes in Scotland' Journal of Environmental Law, vol 17, no. 3, pp. 361-382. DOI:
10.1093/jel/eqi030

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Mc Glashan, DJ, Duck, RW & Reid, CT 2005,

'Defining the foreshore: coastal geomorphology and British laws' Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, vol 62, no. 1-2, pp. 183-192. DOI:
10.1016/j.ecss.2004.08.016

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Mc Glashan, DJ, Duck, RW & Reid, CT 2004,

'The foreshore: geographical implications of the three legal systems in Great Britain' Area, vol 36, no. 4, pp. 338-347. DOI:
10.1111/j.0004-0894.2004.00235.x

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Reid, CT, Pillai, A & Black, AR 2004,

'Environmental controls on hydro-electric schemes in Scotland' Journal of Water Law, vol 15, no. 6, pp. 238-241.

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Reid, CT 2003,

'The limits of devolved legislative power: subordinate legislation in Scotland' Statute Law Review, vol 24, no. 3, pp. 187-210.

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Reid, CT & Ruiz-Rico Ruiz, G 2003,

'Scotland and Spain: the division of environmental competences' International and Comparative Law Quarterly, vol 52, no. 1, pp. 209-225. DOI:
10.1093/iclq/52.1.209

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Reid, CT 2002,

Nature conservation law. 2nd edn, W. Green.

Research output: Book Anthology



Reid, CT 2002,

'Things were simpler then: environmental controls on early hydro-electric dams in Scotland' Water Law, vol 13, no. 6, pp. 382-385.

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Reid, CT 2002,

'Who makes Scotland’s laws? Delegated legislation under the devolution arrangements' Edinburgh Law Review, vol 6, no. 3, pp. 380-384. DOI:
10.3366/elr.2002.6.3.380

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Reid, CT 2000,

Forestry. in J Rowan-Robinson & DW Mc Kenzie Skene (eds), Countryside law in Scotland. T & T Clark, pp. 127-141.

Research output: Contribution To Book Anthology



White, R & Reid, C 2000,

'The legal status of human rights in Scotland' Scottish Law & Practice Quarterly, vol 5, no. 3, pp. 289-300.

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Reid, CT 2000,

Devolution and the environment. in A Ross (ed.), Environment and regulation. Hume papers on public policy, no. 8(2), Edinburgh University Press, pp. 101-118.

Research output: Contribution To Book Anthology



Jewell, T & Reid, C 2000,

Environmental law. in D Hayton (ed.), Law's future(s) : British legal developments in the 21st century. Hart Publishing.

Research output: Contribution To Book Anthology



Activities

UK Environmental Law Association Conference 2014

Role: Invited speaker
Activity: Participation in conference

21 6 2014

UK Environmental Law Association Annual Conference 2013

Role: Invited speaker
Activity: Participation in conference

13 7 2013

UK Environmental Law Association (External organisation)

Role: Chair
Activity: Membership of committee

 1 2017

UK Environmental Law Association - Scottish Conference 2013

Role: Invited speaker
Activity: Participation in conference

1 10 2013

UK Environmental Law Annual Conference 2014

Role: Participant
Activity: Participation in conference

21 6 2014

The Privatisation of Biodiversity?

Role: Organiser
Activity: Participation in conference

20 2 2014

The Privatisation of Biodiversity?

Role: Contributor
Activity: Types of Public engagement and outreach - Media article or participation

18 9 2014

The Environmental Law and Policy Implications of Brexit

Role: Invited speaker
Activity: Participation in workshop, seminar, course

18 11 2015

The Consequences of not Implementing EU Law - article for journal "Environmental Scentist"

Role: Contributor
Activity: Types of Business and Community - Other

 8 2013

Surrey Law School Seminar Series

Role: Invited speaker
Activity: Participation in workshop, seminar, course

26 10 2016

Society of Legal Scholars: Member of Executive, currently Convener for Scotland

Role: Member
Activity: Types of External academic engagement - Contribution to the work of national or international committees and working groups

  2006

Society of Legal Scholars: Convener of Environmental Law Section

Role: Chair
Activity: Types of External academic engagement - Contribution to the work of national or international committees and working groups

  1996

Society of Legal Scholars Annual Conference 2013

Role: Invited speaker
Activity: Participation in conference

5 9 2013

Scottish Planning and Environmental Law (SPEL) Conference 2011

Role: Invited speaker
Activity: Participation in conference

  2011

Scottish Planning and Environmental Law (Journal)

Role: Editorial board member
Activity: Editorial activity

  1989

Scotland Special: A Greener Scotland?

Role: Contributor
Activity: Types of Public engagement and outreach - Media article or participation

 12 2013

Rural Law Conference 2011 - Sustainable Rural Development

Role: Invited speaker
Activity: Participation in conference

1 9 2011

Report: The implications of Brexit for environmental law in Scotland

Role: Contributor
Activity: Types of Business and Community - Other

 12 2016

Re-Imagining Environmental Law in an Age of Sovereignty and Control

Role: Invited speaker
Activity: Participation in workshop, seminar, course

23 11 2016

Regulatory Property Rights

Role: Invited speaker
Activity: Participation in workshop, seminar, course

28 5 2015