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January 2015

Human Rights for Future Generations
Human Rights Budget Analysis: Working in Disciplinary Crossroads
The Oxford Martin School Oxford Martin School (Old Indian Institute) at 10:00
CBT Research Seminar Series
Policy report on the Tax Policy of the Coalition Government
Speaker: Giorgia Maffini, University of Oxford
Said Business School SBS Seminar Room 13 East Wing at 11:00

Hogan Lovells Competition: What do you think makes the best of all lawyers?
Oxford Law Faculty Law Faculty Foyer at 11:00
Public International Law Discussion Group
Protecting Schools in Conflict: Developing International Guidelines
Speaker: Professor Stephen Haines, University of Greenwich
All Souls College The Old Library at 12:30
Socio-Legal Discussion Group
Best Practices in Consumer Redress
Speaker: Ying Yu, Centre for Socio-legal Studies
Manor Road Social Sciences Building Seminar Room D at 13:00
Oxford Intellectual Property Research Centre Invited Speaker Seminar Series
Make the butterflies fly in formation? Management of copyright created by academics in UK universities
Speaker: Dr Andreas Rahmatian, University of Glasgow
St Peter's College The Dorfman Centre at 17:15
Jurisprudence Discussion Group
H. Asgeirsson: Can Facts About Legal Practice Adjudicate Between Theories of Vagueness?
Speaker: Hrafn Asgeirsson, H.L.A. Hart Visiting Fellow, University College
Oxford Law Faculty Senior Common Room at 16:00

February 2015

Centre for Socio-Legal Studies in conjunction with PCMLP
Price Media Law Moot Court Competition: Middle East Regional Rounds

Herbert Smith Freehills Popcorn Event
Oxford Law Faculty Foyer - St Cross Building at 10:30
Lions under the Throne-The History of Public Law
Dark Satanic Mills: Public Law in the 19th Century
Speaker: Sir Stephen Sedley
Oxford Law Faculty White & Case at 11:00
Informal Seminar Series - Knowledge exchange and impact
Implications of Funding Death Penalty Research
Speaker: Mai Sato and Christopher Layden, Human Rights and Democracy Department.
Centre for Criminology Meeting Room at 15:00
Oxford Transitional Justice Research in conjunction with Centre for Criminology at the University of Oxford and the Planethood Foundation
Book Launch: Assessing the Long-term Impact of Truth Commissions. The Chilean Truth and Reconciliation Commission in Historical Perspective
Speaker: Dr. Anita Ferrara and Prof. Leigh Payne
Manor Road Social Sciences Building Seminar Room G or B at 17:00
Criminal Law Discussion Group
On a fair play theory of punishment
Speaker: Dr Liat Levanon, Brunel University, London
Oxford Law Faculty White and Case Room at 12:00
Oxford Legal History Forum
Habeas Corpus and the American Revolution
Speaker: Professor Amanda Tyler, University of California, Berkeley
Oxford Law Faculty Law Faculty Seminar Room F at 12:30
Business Law Workshop
Mapping the Objectives of CoCos
Speaker: Wande McCunn, Law Faculty and Oxford-Man Institute
Oxford Law Faculty Seminar D at 12:30
Oxford Human Rights Hub in conjunction with Oxford Martin School, Human Rights for Future Generations
Referrals to the Grand Chamber of the ECHR-What Questions Are Serious Enough?
Speaker: Professor Fiona de Londras, Durham, Visiting Fellow OxHRH, Visting Associate HRFG
Oxford Law Faculty White and Castle at 13:00
Changing Character of War Programme at Oxford University
Counterinsurgency: Exposing the Myths of the New Way of War
Speaker: Professor Douglas Porch
Manor Road Social Sciences Building Seminar Room G at 13:00
Oxford Human Rights Hub
Referrals to the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights: What Questions are Serious Enough?-
Speaker: Prof Fiona de Londras , Durham University
Oxford Law Faculty White & Case Room at 13:00
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
ICT4D Seminar Series in conjunction with PCMLP and OII
Dying for an iPhone: The Hidden Struggle of China’s Workers
Speaker: Jenny Chan, Oxford
Oxford Internet Institute at 16:30
Public Law Discussion Group
Negotiating Constitutional Conventions in the Shadow of Litigation: The Crossman Diaries Affair
Speaker: Professor David Feldman, Rouse Ball Professor of English Law, University of Cambridge and Fellow of Downing College, Cambridge
Oxford Law Faculty SCR at 17:00

Title to be confirmed
Speaker: Professor David Feldman, Rouse Ball Professor of English Law, University of Cambridge and Fellow of Downing College, Cambridge
at 17:00
CBT Research Seminar Series
Title to be confirmed
Speaker: Stephen Daly, University of Oxford
Said Business School TBC at 11:00
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 SCR (Law Faculty) at 12:00
Centre for Socio-Legal Studies
Civil Laws and Islamic Finance
Speaker: Prof Habib Ahmed, Durham University Business School
Manor Road Social Sciences Building Seminar Room B at 12:30
War Crimes : Trials and Investigations
Legal flows and travelling lawyers: debating a global war crimes trials policy in Europe and Asia during the Second World War
Speaker: Kirsten von Lingen, Heidelberg University, Germany
Oxford Radcliffe Humanities Building, Woodstock Road - Seminar Room at 17:00
Public International Law Research Seminars
Non-discrimination in International Economic Law: the concept of equality and the role of the adjudicator
Speaker: Michael Risvas
All Souls College Wharton Room at 9:30
Public International Law Discussion Group
The Law Applied by International Administrative Tribunals: From Autonomy to Hierarchy?
Speaker: Yaraslau Kryvoi, University of West London
All Souls College The Old Library at 12:30
Centre for Competition Law & Policy
The Microsoft Antitrust Cases - Implications for competition policy and enforcement
Speaker: Andrew I. Gavil and Harry First, Howard University & New York University School of Law
Oxford Law Faculty The Cube (with lunch available from 12h00 in the Foyer of the Institute of European and Comparative Law) at 12:30
Socio-Legal Discussion Group
Establishing Community Ethics in Internet and Networked Systems Research
Speaker: Ben Zevenbergen, Oxford Internet Institute
Manor Road Social Sciences Building Seminar Room D at 13:00
Criminology Seminar Series
Punitive Restoration
Speaker: Prof Thom Brook, Durham University
All Souls College The Old Library at 15:00
Jurisprudence Discussion Group
A. Pundik: Freedom and Generalizations
Speaker: Amit Pundik, Tel Aviv University
Oxford Law Faculty Senior Common Room at 16:00
Oxford Intellectual Property Research Centre Invited Speaker Seminar Series
What's in a name? - branding in law and practice
Speaker: Dr Michael Jewess, formerly Chief Counsel, IP, BAE Systems and Head of IP, BT
St Peter's College The Dorfman Centre at 17:15
Law and Finance Senior Practitioner Lectures
How French Bankruptcy Law has Failed to Adapt to the Evolution of the Economy and Finance
Speaker: Sophie Vermeille, Chairman and co-founder of the Institute Rules for Growth / Droit et Croissance, Paris
Oxford Law Faculty The Cube at 17:30
Tax Law and Policy Discussion Group
Indeterminacy, Complexity, Technocracy and the Reform of International Corporate Taxation
Speaker: Professor Sol Picciotto, Lancaster University
Oxford Law Faculty Senior Common Room at 12:30
EU Law Discussion Group in conjunction with Institute of European and Comparative Law
Through a Glass Darkly: Transposing EU Drafting into English Statutes - Choices, Teleology and True Meaning
Speaker: Eleanor Sharpston QC, Advocate General of the Court of Justice of the EU
Oxford Law Faculty White & Case Lecture Theatre at 13:00
Centre for Competition Law & Policy
Article 9 Commitment Decisions
Speaker: Florian Wagner-von Papp, University College London
Oxford Law Faculty The Cube (with lunch from 12.30 in the foyer of the IECL) at 13:00
Oxford Transitional Justice Research Seminar Series in conjunction with Centre for Criminology at the University of Oxford and with generous support from the Planethood Foundation
The United Nations Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals as a new model of an international criminal tribunal
Speaker: Judge Theodor Meron, President ICTY and President MICT
All Souls College The Old Library at 17:00
OxPILS Discussion Group Seminar Series
Understanding and Fighting Malicious Activity on Online Social Networks
Speaker: Dr Gianluca Stringhini (Assistant Professor), University College London
Oxford Law Faculty Seminar Room F (Law Faculty) at 12:00
Public Law Discussion Group
Deprivation of Liberty: Is English Law Where it Should Be?
Speaker: Dr Hugh Series , Law Faculty, Oxford and Abingdon Hospital
Oxford Law Faculty White & Case at 12:30
Oxford Transitional Justice Research in conjunction with Centre for Criminology at the University of Oxford and the Planethood Foundation
The ICC and 'Non'-Sense: Non-State Parties, Non-Interventions and Non-Targets
Speaker: Dr. Mark Kersten, Postdoctoral Researcher in International Relations, London School of Economics
Manor Road Social Sciences Building Seminar Room G or B at 17:00
Intellectual Property Discussion Group
Flexibility of Copyright Limitation Systems - a Legal Comparison with a Special Focus on the Swiss System
Speaker: Sandra Brändli, University of St.Gallen, Switzerland
Oxford Senior Common Room at 11:30
Procedural Justice Discussion Group
Current Controversies in the Law of Evidence
Speaker: Professor Dyson Heydon AC QC
Keble College Pusey Room 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
ICT4D Seminar Series in conjunction with PCMLP and OII
Ethical Treatment of Data in New Digital Landscapes - bringing practitioners and academic together
Speaker: Amy O'Donnell, Oxfam
Oxford Internet Institute at 16:30
Public International Law Research Seminars
Title to be confirmed
Speaker: Stefanie Wilkins
All Souls College
Oxford Medical Law & Ethics Discussion Group Seminar Series
The Regulatory Framework of UK Biobank
Speaker: Jessica Bell, HeLEX Centre Oxford
Oxford Law Faculty SCR (Law Faculty) at 12:00
Law and Public Affairs
Judicial Review of Executive Policymaking in Advanced Democracies: Beyond Rights Review
Speaker: Prof. Eduardo Jordão (FGV) with Prof. Paul Craig (Oxford) as discussant.
Oxford Law Faculty The Gulbenkian at 12:00
Obligations Discussion Group Hilary Term
Definition and Theory in Tort Law 1900–1950
Speaker: Professor Paul Mitchell
Corpus Christi College Seminar Room at 12:45
CBT Research Seminar Series
Title to be confirmed
Speaker: Joana Naritomi, London School of Economics
Said Business School Boardroom at 14:30
War Crimes : Trials and Investigations
The next Geneva Convention: morality, law, and the limits of post-war rehabilitation
Speaker: Brian Orend, University of Waterloo, Germany
Oxford Radcliffe Humanities Building, Woodstock Road - Seminar Room at 17:00
The history of refuge
The arrival of refugees and the making of India and Pakistan in 1947
Speaker: Professor Yasmin Khan, Kellogg College, Oxford
Oxford Department of International Development Seminar Room 1 at 17:00
Commercial Law Centre Lectures
Independent Directors in Singapore: Puzzling Compliance Requiring Explanation
Speaker: Dan W. Puchniak , Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore
Oxford Law Faculty The Cube at 17:00
The Foundation for Law, Justice and Society
Patent Policy in Genomics and Human Genetics: A Public Health Perspective
Wolfson College Haldane Room at 9:00
Public International Law Research Seminars
Title to be confirmed
Speaker: Stefanie Wilkins
All Souls College Wharton Room at 9:30
Public International Law Discussion Group
Controlling Irregular Migration and the Law of International Responsibility: the case of FRONTEX’
Speaker: Dr Efthymios Papastavridis, University of Thrace, Faculty of Law and Research Fellow at the Academy of Athens
All Souls College The Old Library at 12:30
Socio-Legal Discussion Group
New insurmountable hurdle? Examining Chinese Internet giants’ data protection policies and roles and the implications on their global expansion
Speaker: Wang Jufang, China Radio International Online News
Manor Road Social Sciences Building Seminar Room D at 13:00
Comparative Law Discussion Group in conjunction with Institute of European and Comparative Law
Comparative law and justice theory: designing comparative taxonomies with examples from the law of dispute resolution
Speaker: Dr Felix Steffek, Max Plank Institut, Hamburg
Oxford Law Faculty Seminar Room D (with lunch from 12.30 in the Foyer of the IECL) at 13:00
Informal Seminar Series - Knowledge exchange and impact
Victim Inclusion in the 21st Century
Speaker: Alan Cusak
Centre for Criminology Meeting Room at 15:00
Jurisprudence Discussion Group
M. O’Brien: Charter Interpretation and a Community’s Constitutional Morality
Speaker: Maggie O’Brien, McMaster University
Oxford Law Faculty Senior Common Room at 16:00
Oxford Intellectual Property Research Centre Invited Speaker Seminar Series
Website blocking injunctions
Speaker: Mr Justice Richard Arnold, High Court of Justice
St Peter's College The Dorfman Centre at 17:15
Law and Finance Seminar Series
The Illusory Promise of Pre-emptive Rights
Speaker: Jesse Fried, Harvard Law School
Oxford Law Faculty The Cube at 17:30
Oxford Department of International Development
A Launch event: Migrants at Work: Immigration & Vulnerability in Labour Law
Speaker: Cathryn Costello & Mark Freedland (editors)
Oxford Department of International Development Seminar Room 1
EU Law Discussion Group in conjunction with Institute of European and Comparative Law and the European Studies Centre
The EU as Administrative Governance and Demoicracy
Speaker: Professor Peter L Lindseth, University of Connecticut School of Law
Oxford Law Faculty Senior Common Room (with lunch available from 12.30 in the SCR) at 13:00
Lions under the Throne-The History of Public Law
The Lion in the Winter: Public Law in the 20th century
Speaker: Sir Stephen Sedley
Oxford Law Faculty White & Case at 11:00
Public Law Discussion Group
The Irrelevance of Democracy in Constitutional Law
Speaker: Dr Jo Eric Khushal Murkens , London School of Economics
Oxford Law Faculty SCR at 12:30
Oxford Transitional Justice Research in conjunction with Centre for Criminology at the University of Oxford and the Planethood Foundation
A Colombian Truth Commission?
Speaker: Dr. Andrei Gomez-Suarez, Associate Researcher at the Centre for Criminology, University of Oxford
Manor Road Social Sciences Building Seminar Room G or B at 17:00
Changing Character of War Lunchtime Series
The Morality of Unconventional Force
Speaker: Dr Tom Simpson, Associate Professor of Philosophy and Public Policy at the Blavatnik School of Government, University of Oxford, and a Senior Research Fellow at Wadham College
Manor Road Social Sciences Building Seminar Room G, at 13:00
Procedural Justice Discussion Group
A Principled Approach to Interpretation of Court Orders
Speaker: Wing So
Oxford Law Faculty White & Case Room at 13:00
Legalism Seminar Series in conjunction with St. John's College
Water and fish as forms of property in an Aral Sea fishing village
Speaker: William Wheeler, Goldsmiths College
Manor Road Social Sciences Building Seminar Room D at 16:30
Public International Law Research Seminars
Title to be confirmed
Speaker: Stefanie Wilkins
All Souls College
Centre for Socio-Legal Studies
Is "Islamic State" possible? A philosophical critique
Speaker: Yaser Mirdamadi, University of Edinburgh
Manor Road Social Sciences Building Seminar Room B at 12:30
EU Law Discussion Group in conjunction with Institute of European and Comparative Law
Free Movement and Secret Tax Rulings: from the White Paper on Completing the Internal Market (1986) to LuxLeaks (2014)
Speaker: Dr Alexandre Saydé, Référendaire at the Court of Justice of the EU
Oxford Law Faculty Senior Common Room (with lunch available from 12.30 in the SCR) at 13:00
War Crimes : Trials and Investigations
Theoretical and ideological underpinnings of war crimes investigations in postwar Germany
Speaker: Annette Weinke, Friedrich Schiller University, Jena, Germany
Oxford Radcliffe Humanities Building, Woodstock Road - Seminar Room at 17:00
The history of refuge
Exile, refuge and the Greek polis: between justice and humanity
Speaker: Dr Benjamin Gray, University of Edinburgh
Oxford Department of International Development Seminar Room 1 at 17:00
Public International Law Research Seminars
Title to be confirmed
Speaker: Stefanie Wilkins
All Souls College Wharton Room at 9:30
Public International Law Discussion Group
Reflections on Four Decades of International Action against Torture
Speaker: Professor Sir Nigel Rodley, University of Essex
All Souls College The Old Library at 12:30
Socio-Legal Discussion Group
Perceptions of Justice through the Lens of Personal Experience: Comparative Study in English and Russian Lower Courts
Speaker: Varvara Andrianova, Centre for Socio-Legal Studies
Manor Road Social Sciences Building Seminar Room D at 13:00
Comparative Law Discussion Group in conjunction with Institute of European and Comparative Law
The legal status of human dignity
Speaker: Professor Muriel Fabre-Magnan, University of Paris I (Panthéon-Sorbonne)
Oxford Law Faculty Seminar Room D (with lunch from 12.30 in the Foyer of the IECL) at 13:00
Centre on Migration Policy and Society
The border is everywhere: Refugee journeys in Europe
Speaker: Daniel Trilling, New Humanist
Seminar Room, Pauling Centre, 58a Banbury Road, Oxford at 14:00
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
Jurisprudence Discussion Group
G. Webber: Asking ‘Why?’ in the Study of Human Affairs
Speaker: Gregoire Webber, Queen's University and LSE
Oxford Law Faculty Senior Common Room at 16:00
Oxford Intellectual Property Research Centre Invited Speaker Seminar Series
Title to be confirmed
Speaker: Dr Sivaramjani Thambisetty , London School of Economics and Political Science
St Peter's College The Dorfman Centre at 17:15
Centre for Competition Law & Policy
Vertical Agreements Case Study
Speaker: Kyriakos Fountoukakos and Molly Herron, , Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
Oxford Law Faculty The Cube (with lunch from 12.30 in the foyer of the IECL) at 13:00
Oxford Transitional Justice Research in conjunction with Centre for Criminology at the University of Oxford and the Planethood Foundation
Sexual Violence during the Bangladesh War of 1971: Post-conflict trajectories and the current Bangladesh war crimes tribunal
Speaker: Dr. Nayanika Mookherjee, Reader of Socio-Cultural Anthropology, Durham University
Manor Road Social Sciences Building Seminar Room G or B at 17:00
Intellectual Property Discussion Group
IPDG Student Day
Speaker: Graduate Research Students, University of Oxford
Oxford Senior Common Room at 11:30
Criminal Law Discussion Group
Criminal Aspects of Campaign Finance Regulation
Speaker: Mr Orestis Omran, Counsel, McKenna, Long & Aldridge LLP, PhD candidate, University of Amsterdam
Oxford Law Faculty White and Case Room at 12:00
Business Law Workshop
Private Ordering in Corporate Debt Restructuring
Speaker: David Ehmke, Law Faculty and Humboldt-University of Berlin
Oxford Law Faculty Seminar D at 12:30
Oxford Human Rights Hub in conjunction with Oxford Martin School, Human Rights for Future Generations
Human Rights and Personal Identity
Speaker: Professor Jill Marshall, Leicester University
Oxford Law Faculty Law Boardroom at 13:00
Centre for Competition Law & Policy
Article 102 - Recent developments
Speaker: John Temple Lang , Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP
Oxford Law Faculty The Cube (with lunch from 12.30 in the foyer of the IECL) 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
ICT4D Seminar Series in conjunction with PCMLP and OII
Combatting Corruption with Mobile Phones
Speaker: Vivek Srinivasan, Stanford University
Oxford Internet Institute at 16:30
Institute of European and Comparative Law
Alternatives to EU Membership for the UK
Speaker: Professor John Temple Lang, Cleary Gottlieb
Oxford Law Faculty The Cube at 17:00
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 SCR (Law Faculty) at 12:00
Law and Public Affairs
Debating Legal Aid and Access to Justice
Speaker: Prof. Avrom Sherr (IALS), Prof. Cleber Alves (UFF), Prof. Roger Smith (Law Society)
Oxford Law Faculty Seminar Room F at 12:00
War Crimes : Trials and Investigations
Crime and Punishment? German crimes and Stalin
Speaker: Andreas Hilger, Independent Commission on the history of the German Intelligence Service
Oxford Radcliffe Humanities Building, Woodstock Road - Seminar Room at 17:00
The history of refuge
Hospitality, protection and refuge in early English law
Speaker: Dr Tom Lambert, Exeter College, Oxford
Oxford Department of International Development Seminar Room 1 at 17:00
Obligations Discussion Group Hilary Term
Causation in Negligence
Speaker: Ms Sarah Green, with a reply by the Hon Sir Jeremy Stuart-Smith
St Hilda's College Vernon Harcourt Room at 18:00
Public International Law Research Seminars
Title to be confirmed
Speaker: Kamille Adair Morgan
All Souls College Wharton Room at 9:30
Public International Law Research Seminars
Title to be confirmed
Speaker: Kamille Adair Morgan
All Souls College Wharton Room at 9:30
Public International Law Discussion Group
Title to be confirmed
Speaker: Jessica Gladstone, Debevoise & Plimpton, and Kings College London
All Souls College The Old Library at 12:30
Oxford Legal History Forum
Sir Stephen Proctor and the Business of the Law in Early Stuart England
Speaker: Professor David Chan Smith, Wilfred Laurier University
Oxford Law Faculty Senior Common Room at 12:30
Socio-Legal Discussion Group
Non-Conventional Resource Allocation Methods
Speaker: Ronen Perry and Tal Zarsky, University of Haifa Israel
Manor Road Social Sciences Building Seminar Room D at 13:00
Procedural Justice Discussion Group
Crown Privilege & Public-Interest Immunity
Speaker: David Heaton
Oxford Law Faculty white & Case Room at 13:00
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
Jurisprudence Discussion Group
J. Turner: On the supposed autonomy of political philosophy
Speaker: Jonathan Turner, University of Oxford
Oxford Law Faculty Senior Common Room at 16:00
Seminar series: Creating a climate for change: what’s at stake in global climate negotiations
The 'perfect storm' revisited: food, energy and water security in the context of climate change
Speaker: Professor Sir John Beddington, Senior Adviser at the Oxford Martin School and Professor of Natural Resources Management at the University of Oxford
The Oxford Martin School Lecture Theatre at 17:00
Oxford Intellectual Property Research Centre Invited Speaker Seminar Series
Internet and IPR: A happy combination?
Speaker: Professor Estelle Derclaye, University of Nottingham
St Peter's College The Dorfman Centre at 17:15
Law and Finance Seminar Series
Boards-R-Us: Reconceptualizing Corporate Boards
Speaker: Todd Henderson, Chicago Law School
Oxford Law Faculty The Cube at 17:30
7 King's Bench Walk
University of Oxford 7 King's Bench Walk Commercial Law Moot 2015
7 King's Bench Walk
Centre for Competition Law & Policy
Private Enforcement and Competition Law Litigation
Speaker: Richard Pike , Constantine Cannon
Oxford Law Faculty White & Case (with lunch available from 12.30 in the IECL foyer) at 13:00

March 2015

Obligations Discussion Group Hilary Term
The Variability of Vulnerability: Negligence Claims in the High Court of Australia
Speaker: Professor Barbara McDonald
Corpus Christi College Rainolds Room at 12:45
Centre for Socio-Legal Studies
Book Colloquium: 'Law's Fragile State', by Mark Fathi Massoud
Manor Road Social Sciences Building Seminar Room D at 16:30
Oxford Transitional Justice Research in conjunction with Centre for Criminology at the University of Oxford and the Planethood Foundation
The Participation of Victims in the Proceedings of the International Criminal Court - Observations from a Counsel's Perspective
Speaker: Jens Dieckmann, , Legal Representative of Victims and Defence Counsel at ICC and ICTY
Manor Road Social Sciences Building Seminar Room G or B at 17:00
Public Law Discussion Group
Dicey's Unpublished Papers
Speaker: Dr John Allison, Queens' College, Cambridge
Oxford Law Faculty SCR at 17:00
Criminal Law Discussion Group
Criminal Law Multitasking
Speaker: Dr Tali Gal and Dr Hadar Dancig-Rosenberg, FAculty of Law, Bar-Ilan University
Oxford Law Faculty White and Case Room at 13:00
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
ICT4D Seminar Series in conjunction with PCMLP and OII
Africa’s Information Revolution: Rhetoric and Reality
Speaker: Padraig Carmody, University of Dublin
Oxford Internet Institute at 16:30
Media and Society in the Horn Seminar Series in conjunction with PCMLP, Centre for Socio-Legal Studies
The Challenges of the Media Environment in Somaliland
Speaker: Yusuf Gabobe, Haatuf Media Network
African Studies Centre Seminar Room at 17:00
Oxford Intellectual Property Research Centre
IP Diploma Alumni Event
London
Centre for Socio-Legal Studies
The effects of unregistered Muslim marriage and the law of England & Wales: 'The Islamic marriage conundrum'
Speaker: Vishal Vora, SOAS, University of London
Manor Road Social Sciences Building Seminar Room B at 12:30
War Crimes : Trials and Investigations
A matter of justice or a political show? Soviet show trials against German POWs in 1943
Speaker: Nikita Petrov, Memorial, Russia
Oxford Radcliffe Humanities Building, Woodstock Road - Seminar Room at 17:00
The history of refuge
Refugees - what's wrong with history?
Speaker: Professor Peter Gatrell, University of Manchester
Oxford Department of International Development Seminar Room 1 at 17:00
Public International Law Research Seminars
Title to be confirmed
All Souls College Wharton Room at 9:30
Public International Law Research Seminars
Title to be confirmed
All Souls College Wharton Room at 9:30
Public International Law Discussion Group
Pluralism and the 'Turn to Responsibility' in the Jus ad Bellum: 'Unwilling or Unable' in context’
Speaker: Dr Kimberley Trapp, University College London
All Souls College The Old Library at 12:30
Property Law Discussion Group
Judging Possession Cases: Heuristics and the Rule of Law
Speaker: Professor Susan Bright, New College and Faculty of Law, University of Oxford
Oxford Law Faculty TBC at 12:30
Socio-Legal Discussion Group
Making sense of shared ownership: Tales from the field
Speaker: Dave Cowan, University of Bristol
Manor Road Social Sciences Building Seminar Room D at 13:00
Comparative Law Discussion Group in conjunction with Institute of European and Comparative Law
Late notice of breach: sales and other contract
Speaker: Professor Christina Ramberg, University of Stockholm
Oxford Law Faculty Seminar Room D (with lunch from 12.30 in the Foyer of the IECL) at 13:00
Informal Seminar Series - Knowledge exchange and impact
Cloaking rehabilitation as retribution
Speaker: Netanel Dagan
Centre for Criminology Meeting Room at 15:00
Oxford Intellectual Property Research Centre Invited Speaker Seminar Series
Title to be confirmed
Speaker: Professor Jens Schovsbo, University of Copenhagen
St Peter's College The Dorfman Centre at 17:15
Centre for Competition Law & Policy
European Cartel Criminalisation
Speaker: Peter Whelan, Centre for Criminal Justice Studies, School of Law, University of Leeds
Oxford Law Faculty The Cube (with lunch from 12.30 in the foyer of the IECL) at 13:00
Jurisprudence Discussion Group
J. Herring and M. Dempsey: Criminalizing Sex
Speaker: Jonathan Herring and Michelle Dempsey, University of Oxford / Villanova University
Oxford Law Faculty The Cube at 15:00
Bendert Zevenbergen
TBA - details to come
Speaker: Bendert Zevenbergen, DPhil Candidate, Oxford Internet Institute
Oxford Law Faculty TBA at 12:00
Public Law Discussion Group
Is the Political Constitution Deliberative?
Speaker: Graham Gee, University of Birmingham
Oxford Law Faculty Seminar Room F at 12:30
Centre for Criminology
Enemies of the State: Curtailing Citizenship Rights as Counterterrorism
Speaker: Lucia Zedner, Faculty of Law, University of Oxford
Manor Road Social Sciences Building Criminology Meeting Room at 13:00
EU Law Discussion Group in conjunction with Institute of European and Comparative Law
The Relationship between the Court of Justice of the European Union and the EU Legislator
Speaker: Christopher Vajda QC, Judge at the Court of Justice of the EU
Oxford Law Faculty White & Case Lecture Theatre at 13:00
Oxford Transitional Justice Research in conjunction with Centre for Criminology at the University of Oxford and the Planethood Foundation
Does transitional justice affect democratic institution-building?
Speaker: Dr. Chandra Sriram, Professor of International Law and International Relations, University of East London
Manor Road Social Sciences Building Seminar Room G or B at 17:00
Tax Law and Policy Discussion Group
Judicial Review in Tax Law
Speaker: James Bullock, Pinsent Masons LLP
Oxford Law Faculty Senior Common Room at 10:00
Intellectual Property Discussion Group
Patents and Morality
Speaker: Aisling McMahon, Lecturer, Newcastle Law School
Oxford Senior Common Room at 11:30
Criminal Law Discussion Group
Emerging Issues on EU Criminal Law
Speaker: Prof Valsamis Mitsilegas, Head of Dept of Law, Queen Mary University of London
Oxford Law Faculty White and Case Room at 12:00
The Changing Character of War Lunchtime Series
Peace-Keeping in a crisis: South Sudan 2014
Speaker: Dr Klem Ryan
Manor Road Social Sciences Building Seminar Room G at 13:00
Oxford Human Rights Hub in conjunction with Oxford Martin School, Human Rights for Future Generations
Is a Business and Human Rights Treaty Necessay?
Speaker: Professor David Blichitz, University of Johannesburg
Oxford Law Faculty Law Boardroom at 13:00
Oxford Human Rights Hub
Is a Business and Human Rights Treaty Necessary?
Speaker: Professor David Bilchitz , University of Johannesburg
Oxford Law Faculty Law Board Room 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
Youard Lecture in Legal History 2015
When Lawyers Lie: Forging an English Constitution in 1399
Speaker: Professor David Seipp, Boston University School of Law
Oxford Law Faculty The Cube at 17:30
Medical Law & Ethics Discussion Group Seminar Series
Appeals against detention: Mental health tribunals in practice
Speaker: Dr Hugh Series, Consultant old age psychiatrist, South locality older adults, Mental health centre, Abingdon Hospital
Oxford Law Faculty Seminar Room E (Law Faculty) at 12:00
Oxford Law Faculty
Gender Biases in Perception of Judgments
Speaker: Ronen Perry, University of Haifa
Oxford Law Faculty Baker and McKenzie at 12:45
EU Law Discussion Group in conjunction with Institute of European and Comparative Law
(Why) Has EU Free Movement Law Gone Wrong?
Speaker: Professor Niamh Nic Shuibhne, University of Edinburgh
Oxford Law Faculty Senior Common Room (with lunch available from 12.30 in the SCR) at 13:00
War Crimes : Trials and Investigations
Title to be confirmed
Oxford Radcliffe Humanities Building, Woodstock Road - Seminar Room at 17:00
The history of refuge
Out with the 'international problem children'! US migration plans, settlement fantasies and the pacification of Europe
Speaker: Dr Gerhard Wolf, University of Sussex
Oxford Department of International Development Seminar Room 1 at 17:00
Law and Public Affairs
Reading Group: Theodor Adorno and the Frankfurt School
Speaker: Michael Kebede, Maayan Ravid, and Pedro Fortes, CSLS/Law Faculty (Oxford)
Oxford TBC at 17:00
Public International Law Research Seminars
Title to be confirmed
All Souls College Wharton Room at 9:30
Public International Law Research Seminars
Title to be confirmed
All Souls College Wharton Room at 9:30
Public International Law Discussion Group
Title to be confirmed
Speaker: tbc
All Souls College The Old Library at 12:30
Public Law Discussion Group
Parliament's Power to Bind Itself
Speaker: Dr Adam Tucker, York Law School
Oxford Law Faculty SCR at 12:30
Socio-Legal Discussion Group
Prison as a controlled social system: Risk and Protective Factors When Prisoners are released into the Open Social System of the Community
Speaker: Florence Seemungal, Department of Experimental Psychology
Manor Road Social Sciences Building Seminar Room D at 13:00
Criminology Seminar Series
Re thinking police legitimacy
Speaker: Dr Justice Tankebe, University of Cambridge
All Souls College The Old Library at 15:00
Jurisprudence Discussion Group
V. Jeutner: Two right answers? Legal dilemmas and the virtues of true contradictions
Speaker: V. Jeutner, University of Cambridge
Oxford Law Faculty Seminar Room F at 16:00
Oxford Intellectual Property Research Centre
13th Annual International Intellectual Property Moot
Oxford
Centre for Socio-Legal Studies in conjunction with PCMLP
Price Media Law Moot Court Competition: International Rounds
Oxford University
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
Seminar series: Creating a climate for change: what’s at stake in global climate negotiations
Realising human rights in a warming world
Speaker: Professor Simon Caney, Co-Director of the Oxford Martin Programme on Human Rights for Future Generations
The Oxford Martin School Lecture Theatre at 17:00

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
Centre for Competition Law & Policy
Apple Antitrust Litigation - An American Tale
Speaker: Laurence Popofsky, Orrick
Centre for Competition Law & Policy (with lunch from 12.30) at 13:00
Informal Seminar Series - knowledge exchange and impact
Dissemination and Policy Relevance
Speaker: Sharon Shalev and Kimmett Edgar, Prison Reform Trust
Manor Road Social Sciences Building Centre Meeting Room at 15:00
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
Informal Seminar Series - knowledge exchange and impact
Misrecognising Polygamy
Speaker: Karen Abrahams
Manor Road Social Sciences Building Centre Meeting Room at 15:00

June 2015

Centre for Competition Law & Policy in conjunction with The Oxford/Stockholm Soderberg Venture and the Journal of Antitrust Enforcement
Round Table discussion on Information Exchange and Market Transparency
Pembroke College at 13:00
Informal Seminar Series - knowledge exchange and impact
Beyond Custody
Speaker: Sarah Turnbull, Ines Hasselberg, Alpa Parmar, Centre for Criminology
Manor Road Social Sciences Building Centre Meeting Room at 15:00
Annual Roger Hood Public Lecture
Prisons and the problem of trust: contrasting approaches to risk, radicalisation and personal growth in two high security prisons
Speaker: Professor Alison Liebling, University of Cambridge
Manor Road Social Sciences Building Lecture Theatre at 17:00
Centre for Socio-Legal Studies in conjunction with Queen Margaret University Consumer Insight Centre
Designing Consumer Redress: Making Redress Accessible for Consumer-Citizens
Informal Seminar Series - knowledge exchange and impact
Towards a better politics of crime
Speaker: Prof Ian Loader, Centre for Criminology
Manor Road Social Sciences Building Centre Meeting Room at 15:00
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

July 2015

Refugee Studies Centre
Applications Now Open - International Summer School in Forced Migration
Wadham College

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