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Oxford Faculty of Law rated largest and strongest in the country for research

The Research Excellence Framework 2014 depicts Oxford as the largest and strongest University for legal research in the United Kingdom in respect of publications, in respect of impact, and overall […]

September Alumni gatherings

September saw graduates and friends coming together at four international events to celebrate the global reach of Oxford Law […]

Graduate drinks reception at the Ashmolean

A drinks reception was held on 2 December at the Ashmolean Museum […]

Update from our Freshfields Stephen Lawrence Scholar

I am Bertrand Nzabandora, a third-year lawyer at Wadham, currently spending my Erasmus year at the University of Leiden […]

Pathways 2014

The Oxford Faculty of Law recently began its second year of working with the Sutton Trust’s highly successful Pathways to Law programme with a launch event on Saturday 18 October 2014 […]

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forthcoming events

: The nexus between Jurisprudence and Criminal Law, Christian Ponce, UCL


Tuesday 20 January: Legalising Property in Post-Mao China, Xu Ting, Queen’s University Belfast

Wednesday 21 January: Aggravation and Mitigation in Theory and Practice: New Findings from England and Wales, Professor Julian Roberts, University of Oxford

Thursday 22 January: Democratizing Punishment, Prof Julian Roberts, Prof Jan de Keijser, University of Leiden & Dr Christopher Bennett, University of Sheffield

Tuesday 27 January: Gender Biases in Perception of Judgments, Ronen Perry, University of Haifa

[more forthcoming events]

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