The Faculty of Law is delighted to announce the election of Professor Luca Enriques to the Allen & Overy Professorship, in succession to Professor Paul Davies. [more…]
Professor Judith Freedman, CBE,Pinsent Masons Pofessor of Taxation Law and Director of Legal Research at the Oxford University Centre for Business Taxation, will be providing a lecture on ‘Business Tax: Public Debate and Future Trends’ as part of the Taxation Law Research Programme special lecture series. [more…]
A team from the University of Oxford won the United Kingdom National Championship of the 55th Philip C. [more…]
The University of Oxford JustCite Procedural Justice Mooting Shield 2014 is a new addition to the Law Faculty’s mooting programme, and proved to be a wonderful occasion. [more…]
Congratulations to all Oxford alumni who were made up to silk this year. [more…]
Two fourth-year undergraduates of Jesus College represented the Faculty in the inaugural Bristol University Inter-Varsity Moot. [more…]
The meeting of the Eldon Law Scholarship Committee took place on Saturday 8 February 2014 at St Hugh’s College, Oxford. [more…]
The Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies, in association with Mansfield College, Oxford and the Oxford Faculty of Law will be hosting Lord Phillips of Worth Matravers, Sultan Azlan Shah Fellow to deliver a lecture on ‘The Elastic Jurisdiction of the European Court of Human Rights’
Examination Schools, High Street, Oxford, Wednesday, 12 February 2014, 5.00 pm. [more…]
The Shearman & Sterling University of Oxford Moot Competition 2014 was a hotly contested affair. [more…]
Associate Professor Nazila Ghanea (OxHRH Associate Director) was in Qatar and Kuwait from 18 to 24 January 2014 along with Dr Başak Çali of Koç University, pursuing research regarding the domestic effect of UN treaty ratification in the countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC: Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates). [more…]
Andrew McLeod, Lecturer in Law at Lady Margaret Hall, has just completed a visit to Myanmar on behalf of the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office. [more…]
After 19 years of international climate talks, is it time for a fresh look at how these vital negotiations are carried out?
In a panel debate organised by the Oxford Martin School’s Programme on Human Rights for Future Generations, two climate negotiations experts gave insights into how the process currently works, their views on whether a new treaty could be reached in Paris in 2015, and what the alternative processes might be. [more…]
On Thursday 23 January 2014 the Public Law Discussion Group welcomed Lord Ken McDonald QC and Sir Keir Starmer QC to the Oxford Law Faculty. [more…]
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