The High Sheriff, Tony Stratton, presided over the lecture taking place in the Examinations School […]
Registration is now open for the Human Rights for Future Generations Programme Flagship Conference, organised in partnership with Norwegian Centre for Human Rights (University of Oslo) […]
The new issue of the Journal of Antitrust Enforcement (JAE) has now been published in hard copy and is also available online on the OUP website (free access) […]
The Global Network in Law and Finance (GLawFiN) is an interdisciplinary network of scholars located at
Columbia Law School (New York), the University of Oxford (Oxford), and the House of Finance of Go […]
This week the St Cross Building has been spectacularly lit-up to highlight the three magnificent squares which are central to the design of the building, all in preparation for the celebrations to mark 50 ye […]
Tuesday 21 October: "How to get a job at a top City law firm?" A presentation by Travers Smith.
Copyright and Inequality, Lea Shaver, Robert H. McKinney School of Law, Indiana University, USA.
Fight the Power: Lanchester, Professor Dominic Johnson, University of Oxford
Recent British Court Decisions on the Death Penalty: Letting the British Government off the Noose?, Reader Jon Yorke, Birminghman City University
Monday 20 October: Freshfields Presentation
Justice beyond Borders: Accountability for Transnational Crimes in South America, Dr. Francesca Lessa, Postdoctoral Researcher at Latin American Centre, University of Oxford
Trending now: A nexus and convergence in water security, Dr Christina Cook, CSLS
The Innocence Effect: a talk in Law & Psychology, Avishalom TOR, Notre Dame university, US
30–31 October 2014: Consumer Dispute Resolution: Implementing the Directive