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November 2014

DAHRENDORF PROGRAMME for the STUDY OF FREEDOM
Right Speech, Online Counter-Speech and the Case of Burma/Myanmar
St Antony's College
Programme in Comparative Media Law & Policy
Peking-Stanford-Oxford University Conference on Internet Law and Public Policy
Beijing, PRC
Programme in Comparative Media Law & Policy
Price Media Law Moot Court Competition: Asia-Pacific Regional Rounds
Beijing, PRC
Human Rights for Future Generations in conjunction with University of Oslo, Norwegian Centre for Human Rights
Flagship Conference: Human Rights Challenges of the Post 2015 Agenda Conference
Pembroke College Pichette Auditorium at 10:00
CSLS Socio-Legal Seminar Series
Affecting Corporate Behaviour: Theories of deterrence, responsive regulation, psychology and compliance
Speaker: Professor Chris Hodges, CSLS
Manor Road Social Sciences Building Seminar Room D at 16:30
Oxford Transitional Justice Research Seminars in conjunction with Centre for Socio-Legal Studies at the University of Oxford
Exit, Voice and Loyalty at the International Criminal Court
Speaker: Dr. Jens Meierhenrich, Associate Professor of International Relations, London School of Economics
Manor Road Social Sciences Building at 17:00

Fountain Court Chambers reception
Speaker: Professor Andrew Burrows QC
All Souls College The Old Library at 18:30
Criminal Law Discussion Group
New Developments in International Criminal Law
Speaker: Nikolaos Theodorakis , University of Oxford/ University of Cambridge
Pembroke College Eccles Room at 12:00
Oxford Law and Finance Workshops
From Genius to Quackery: Corporate Law Theory and Board Decision Making
Speaker: Professor Irene Lynch-Fannon, Visiting Academic, Faculty of Law, University College, Cork, Ireland
Oxford Law Faculty Seminar Room D at 13:00
Changing Character of War Programme at Oxford University
The Russian-Ukrainian war: challenges for military policy in the Baltic States
Speaker: Dr Deividas Slekys, University of Vilnius
Manor Road Social Sciences Building Seminar Room G at 13:00
‘Rose Heilbron: Legal Pioneer of the 20th Century’
Professional networking: Law
Speaker: Hilary Heilbron QC
Oxford and Cambridge Club,
Property Law Discussion Group in conjunction with Obligations Discussion Group
Are there really Property Rights in Money?
Speaker: Ms Tatiana Cutts
Corpus Christi College Rainolds Room at 12:45
Islamic Law and Society Discussion Group
The Relationship between Islam, Law and the State in Malaysia
Speaker: Dr Kerstin Steiner, Senior Lecturer, Department of Business Law and Taxation, Monash University
Manor Road Social Sciences Building Seminar Room B at 12:30
Obligations Discussion Group
Are there really Property Rights in Money?
Speaker: Ms Tatiana Cutts
Corpus Christi College Rainolds Room at 12:45
Law and Public Affairs
The War on Drugs and the Challenges for Liberal Legality
Speaker: Professor Alvaro Santos (Georgetown University Law Center)
Oxford Law Faculty Senior Common Room (SCR) at 12:00
Refugee Studies Centre
Inequality, immigration and refugee protection
Speaker: Dr Katy Long, Standford University
Oxford Department of International Development Seminar Room 1 at 17:00
Changing Character of War Programme at Oxford University
The Place of the Media in Human Security
Speaker: Caroline Wyatt and Deborah Haynes
All Souls College Wharton Room at 17:15
Law and Finance Senior Practitioner Lectures
Resolving Regulatory Conflicts in an Increasingly Global Market
Speaker: Edward F. Greene, Senior Counsel, Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP
Oxford Law Faculty The Cube at 17:30
Public International Law Discussion Group
The UN's obligation to investigate disappearances and killings in Kosovo: the work of the Kosovo Human Rights Advisory Panel
Speaker: Professor Christine Chinkin, London School of Economics
All Souls College The Old Library at 12:30
CSLS Socio-Legal Discussion Group
Big Data in Public Policy: Building an Empirical Understanding of the British Case
Speaker: Pepita Barlow, Cristina Golomoz & Daniel Pace, Department of Sociology, Centre for Socio-Legal Studies & Department of Statistics
Manor Road Social Sciences Building Seminar Room D at 13:00
Comparative Law Discussion Group
The function of a contract - the agreement or simply evidence: Anglo-American and Nordic perspectives?
Speaker: Dr Laura Carlson, University of Stockholm and Oxford Law Faculty
Oxford Law Faculty Seminar Room D (with lunch from 12.30 in the Foyer of the IECL) at 13:00
Centre for Criminology Informal Seminar series - Knowledge exchange and impact
Of other Knowledge: Frictions in knowing atrocity and its (ethical) implication for exchange and dissemination
Speaker: Dr Julia Viebach
Centre for Criminology Criminology Meeting Room at 15:00
Chinese Law Seminar Series
The Constitution and the legal-political order
Speaker: Dr Rogier Creemers, Centre for Socio-Legal Studies
St Hugh's College Ho Tim Room, China Centre Building, Canterbury Road at 15:00
Jurisprudence Discussion Group
How Should We Argue About Abortion? Prenatal Personhood and Dworkin's View of the Traditional Debate
Speaker: Kate Greasley, University of Oxford
Oxford Law Faculty SCR at 16:00
IP Speaker Series
Debating copyright formalities
Speaker: Dr Dev Gangjee, University of Oxford
St Peter's College The Dorfman Room at 17:15
Oxford Law and Finance Seminar Series
International Shareholder Activism
Speaker: Julian Franks, London Business School
Oxford Law Faculty The Cube at 17:30
The Foundation for Law, Justice and Society Seminars in conjunction with Wolfson College and the Centre for Socio Legal Studies, University of Oxford
Holey Union: The Constitutional Paradox of Secession
Speaker: Dr Rivika Weill, Radzyner School of Law, Israel
Oxford Law Faculty TBC at 17:30
The Foundation for Law, Justice and Society Seminars in conjunction with Wolfson College and the Centre for Socio Legal Studies, University of Oxford
The Break-Up of Nations: The Constitutional Dimensions Using Ukraine as a Case Study
Wolfson College Seminar Room 2 at 9:30

December 2014


Gender Biases in Perception of Judgments
Speaker: Ronen Perry, University of Haifa
Oxford at 12:30
Public Law Discussion Group
Rethinking Constitutional Secularism in an Age of Religious Revival
Speaker: Professor Michel Rosenfeld, Justice Sydney L Robins Professor of Human Rights and Director of the Program on Global and Comparative Constitutional Theory at the Benjamin N Cardozo School of Law
Oxford Law Faculty Seminar Room F at 12:30
CSLS Socio-Legal Discussion Group
Book Discussion: L'autorité du passé. Essai anthropologique sur la Common Law
Speaker: Louis Assier-Andrieu, SciencesPo, Paris
Manor Road Social Sciences Building Seminar Room D at 16:30
Oxford Global Justice Lecture in conjunction with Planethood Foundation
International Criminal Tribunals and the Rule of Law
Speaker: Judge Theodor Meron, President of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia & President of the Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals
Oxford Law Faculty The Gulbenkian at 17:15
Oxford Global Justice Annual Lecture
International Criminal Tribunals and the Rule of Law
Speaker: Judge Theodor Meron
Oxford Law Faculty The Gulbenkian Lecture Theatre at 17:15
Intellectual Property Discussion Group
Major Changes to Canada's IP Regime: Protecting and Enforcing Copyright and Trademarks Internationally
Speaker: Rob McDonald QC, Dentons Canada LLP.
Oxford Law Faculty Senior Common Room at 11:30
Criminal Law Discussion Group
Investigating Wrongful Convictions
Speaker: 02/12: William Schmidt , Yale University/ University of Cambridge
Pembroke College Eccles Room at 12:00
Oxford Human Rights Hub
Women’s and Children’s Health: Evidence of the Impact of Human Rights
Speaker: Prof Paul Hunt , Essex and former UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Health
Oxford Law Faculty Senior Common Room at 13:00
Oxford University Centre for Business Taxation Research Seminar Series
Something for nothing: using strategic interactions in investment decisions to increase the efficiency of tax policy
Speaker: Professor Nathan Seegert , Department of Finance, University of Utah
Said Business School Seminar Room 13 at 10:15
Oxford Medical Law & Ethics Discussion Group Seminar Series
Capacity in healthcare settings
Speaker: Dr Hugh Series, Consultant old age psychiatrist, Regional Adviser, South locality older adults team, Mental Health Centre, Abingdon Hospital
Oxford Law Faculty Law Faculty SCR at 12:00
EU Law Discussion Group
What Kind of Legitimacy for What Kind of Court of the EU?
Speaker: Dr Jan Komárek, London School of Economics
Oxford Law Faculty The Cube (with lunch from 12:30 in the Foyer of the IECL) at 13:00
Refugee Studies Centre
Citizenship revocation and the privilege to have rights
Speaker: Professor Audrey Macklin , University of Toronto
Oxford Department of International Development Seminar Room 1 at 17:00
Changing Character of War Programme at Oxford University
Health Security
Speaker: WTO spokesperson tbc
All Souls College Wharton Room at 17:15
Oxford PIL Discussion Group
Guantanamo Bay: Some Public International Law Issues Arising in the 9/11 Trials
Speaker: Professor Andrew Clapham, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva / Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights.
All Souls College The Old Library at 12:30
CSLS Socio-Legal Discussion Group
Victim Participation at a Crossroads: A Promising Route Forward? Realities of Victim Participation at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC)
Speaker: Rudina Jasini, Centre for Criminology
Manor Road Social Sciences Building Seminar Room D at 13:00
Property Law Discussion Group
Illegality and the Acquisition of Title
Speaker: Dr Robin Hickey, Queen's University Belfast
Oxford Law Faculty Law Board Room at 13:00
Criminology Seminar Series
The British Justice System - dismantled by stealth and political spin?
Speaker: Sarah Forshaw QC and Matt Foot, Solicitor
All Souls College The Old Library at 15:00
Jurisprudence Discussion Group
Realism and Legal Theory: Ten Theses
Additional information
Speaker: William Twining, University College London
Oxford Law Faculty SCR at 16:00
Programme in Comparative Media Law & Policy
Price Media Law Moot Court Competition: South East Europe Regional Rounds
Human Rights for Future Generations
Military Cyber Capacity Technologies and Armed Conflict in the 21st Century
Speaker: Dr Alexander Leveringhaus, Post-doctoral Research Fellow & James Martin Fellow
The Oxford Martin School 14:00
Centre for Socio-Legal Studies in conjunction with SLSA
Exploring the comparative in socio-legal studies
Speaker: Various speakers
Oxford

2015

Criminal Law Discussion Group
The nexus between Jurisprudence and Criminal Law
Postponed
Speaker: Christian Ponce , UCL
Pembroke College Eccles Room at 12:00

January 2015

Legalism Seminar Series in conjunction with St. John's College
Legalising Property in Post-Mao China
Speaker: Xu Ting, Queen’s University Belfast
Manor Road Social Sciences Building Seminar Room D at 16:30
Criminology Seminar Series
Democratizing Punishment
Speaker: Prof Julian Roberts, Prof Jan de Keijser, University of Leiden & Dr Christopher Bennett, University of Sheffield
All Souls College The Old Library at 15:00
Legalism Seminar Series in conjunction with St. John's College
Tenure and Property in Medieval England
Speaker: Susan Reynolds
Manor Road Social Sciences Building Seminar Room D at 16:30
Informal Seminar Series - Knowledge exchange and impact
Conducting research with women
Speaker: Prof Mary Bosworth & Charlotte Pattison Rideout, Bronzefield Prison for Women, Sodexho
Centre for Criminology Meeting Room at 15:00
Criminology Seminar Series
Title to be confirmed
All Souls College The Old Library at 15:00

February 2015

Legalism Seminar Series in conjunction with St. John's College
The Law and Bodies
Speaker: Jonathan Herring and Simon Douglas, Law Faculty, Oxford
Manor Road Social Sciences Building Seminar Room D at 16:30
Oxford Medical Law & Ethics Discussion Group Seminar Series
The Chills and Thrills of Whole Genome Sequencing
Speaker: Associate Professor Emiliano De Cristofaro, Department of Computer Science, University College London
Oxford Law Faculty TBA at 12:00
Criminology Seminar Series
Title to be confirmed
Speaker: Prof Thom Brook, Durham University
All Souls College The Old Library at 15:00
Centre for Competition Law & Policy
Article 9 Commitment Decisions
Speaker: Florian Wagner-von Papp, UCL
Centre for Competition Law & Policy at 13:00
Legalism Seminar Series in conjunction with St. John's College
People as property: slavery in medieval Dubrovnik
Speaker: Hannah Skoda, Faculty of History, Oxford
Manor Road Social Sciences Building Seminar Room D at 16:30
Oxford Medical Law & Ethics Discussion Group Seminar Series
The Regulatory Framework of UK Biobank
Speaker: Jessica Bell, HeLEX Centre Oxford
Oxford Law Faculty
Informal Seminar Series - Knowledge exchange and impact
Victim Inclusion in the 21st Century
Speaker: Alan Cusak
Centre for Criminology Meeting Room at 15:00
Legalism Seminar Series in conjunction with St. John's College
Property relations and moral economy in an Aral Sea fishing village
Speaker: William Wheeler, Goldsmiths College
Manor Road Social Sciences Building Seminar Room D at 16:30
Criminology Seminar Series
The rise and fall of suspicionless searches
Speaker: Prof Benjamin Bowling, Kings College London, and Estelle Marks, University of Oxford
All Souls College The Old Library at 15:00
Centre for Competition Law & Policy
Vertical Agreements Case Study
Speaker: Kyriakos Fountoukakos and Molly Herron, , Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
Centre for Competition Law & Policy at 13:00
Centre for Competition Law & Policy
Article 102 - Recent developments
Speaker: John Temple Lang , Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP
Centre for Competition Law & Policy at 13:00
Legalism Seminar Series in conjunction with St. John's College
Title to be confirmed
Speaker: Judith Scheele, All Souls College, Oxford
Manor Road Social Sciences Building Seminar Room D at 16:30
Oxford Medical Law & Ethics Discussion Group Seminar Series
Independence, Accountability, and the 'Public Interest': How Should Quangos Regulate Access to Emerging Biotechnologies in the UK?
Speaker: Kyle Edwards, Ethox Centre, Nuffield Department of Population Health, University of Oxford, Old Road Campus, Headington, Oxford, OX3 7LF
Oxford Law Faculty TBA at 12:00
Informal Seminar Series - Knowledge exchange and impact
Dealing with Difference: Immigration Detention
Speaker: Prof Mary Bosworth &Paul Morrison, , Mitie
Centre for Criminology Meeting Room at 15:00
Centre for Competition Law & Policy
Private Enforcement and Competition Law Litigation
Speaker: Richard Pike , Constantine Cannon
Centre for Competition Law & Policy at 13:00

March 2015

Legalism Seminar Series in conjunction with St. John's College
Why were Islamic medieval institutions so different from Western medieval institutions?
Speaker: Eduardo Manzano Moreno, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, Madrid
Manor Road Social Sciences Building Seminar Room D at 16:30
Informal Seminar Series - Knowledge exchange and impact
Cloaking rehabilitation as retribution
Speaker: Netanel Dagan
Centre for Criminology Meeting Room at 15:00
Centre for Competition Law & Policy
European Cartel Criminalisation
Speaker: Peter Whelan, Centre for Criminal Justice Studies, School of Law, University of Leeds
Centre for Competition Law & Policy at 13:00
Legalism Seminar Series in conjunction with St. John's College
Defining Barbary Warfare: Pluralist Approaches to the Laws of War, 1576-1758
Speaker: Walter Rech and Erik Castrén, Institute of International Law and Human Rights, Helsinki
Manor Road Social Sciences Building Seminar Room D at 16:30
Institute of European and Comparative Law
Will-Substitutes from a Comparative Perspective
Lady Margaret Hall

April 2015

Legalism Seminar Series in conjunction with St. John's College
Ancient Greece: property records and the development of market relations
Speaker: Edward Harris, Durham/Edinburgh
Manor Road Social Sciences Building Seminar Room D at 16:30

May 2015

Legalism Seminar Series in conjunction with St. John's College
TBC: Intellectual Property
Speaker: Alain Pottage, LSE
Manor Road Social Sciences Building Seminar Room D at 16:30
Legalism Seminar Series in conjunction with St. John's College
TBC: Property in the Roman Provinces
Speaker: Georgy Kantor, Oxford
Manor Road Social Sciences Building Seminar Room D at 16:30
Legalism Seminar Series in conjunction with St. John's College
Late medieval theology and legalistic thinking
Speaker: Mónica García-Salmones and Erik Castrén, Institute of International Law and Human Rights, Helsinki
Manor Road Social Sciences Building Seminar Room D at 16:30

June 2015

Centre for Socio-Legal Studies in conjunction with Oxford Law Faculty, Essec Business School, Notre Dame
Trust and Empirical Evidence in Law Making and Legal Process
Oxford

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