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Dr Mai Sato - Young Criminologist Award

Dr Mai Sato was awarded the Young Criminologist Award 2014 for her book "The Death Penalty in Japan: Will the Public Tolerate Abolition?" The Award ceremony took place on 18 October 2014 at the 41s […]

Scholarships available for postgraduate Law students

Do you know there are a number of scholarships and sources of funding available to support postgraduate study of Law at Oxford? Have a look at our scholarships page for more information […]

Oxford Global Justice Annual Lecture - Judge Theodor Meron

Save the date for our forthcoming Oxford Global Justice Annual Lecture on 1 December 2014 by Judge Theodor Meron (President of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia & President of […]

The Eldon Scholars' Anniversary Dinner

Last Saturday, 18 October, saw the most recent celebration of the hard work and successes of the Eldon Scholars, held at All Souls College, an event which is held only once every 10 years […]

The Death Penalty in China - the road to reform

Research by Oxford academics, Professor Roger Hood and Professor Carolyn Hoyle, has influenced worldwide reform of the death penalty […]

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forthcoming events

Friday 31 October: A Panel Discussion on 'A New Magna Carta?', Martyn Atkins (Clerk to the Political and Constitutional Reform Committee); Discussants Dr Tarunabh Khaitan, Sir Stephen Sedley and Professor Stefan Vogenauer; Chaired by Dr Aileen Kavanagh

Saturday 1 November: Theorising the Political Apology, Dr. Stephen Winter, Senior Lecturer in Political Theory, University of Auckland

Monday 3 November: Baker & McKenzie networking lunch

Ideology in Chinese Law: Relic or Reality?”, Dr Rogier Creemers, CSLS

Discussion on current issues in the law of treaties, Eirik Bjorge, Christian J Tams, and Antonios Tzanakopoulos and comments by Sir Frank Berman QC

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selected recent recordings

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