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Ramin Gohari, an Oxford graduate (Lincoln College), has been awarded the World Competition Young Writer's Award for his article "Margin Squeeze in the Telecommunications Sector: A More Economics-based Approach" which was published in the June 2012 issue of the World Competition Law and Economics Review and which was based on his dissertation prepared for his MJUR.
The Law Faculty is pleased to announce that the Hon J Dyson Heydon, formerly a Justice of the High Court of Australia, has been appointed a Visiting Professor at Oxford commencing in 2013-14.
The ‘The Value of Competition’ is a novel pro-bono programme dedicated to educating secondary school students about the benefits of competition and the role of competition law enforcement.
Criminology has had a home in Oxford for over fifty years and has thrived under the leadership of Professor Roger Hood since 1973, first as an independent unit within the University and, since 1991 as an integral department of the Faculty of Law.
Interviews for the Eldon Law Scholarship took place at St Hugh’s College on Saturday 4 May.
On Wednesday 22 May the Faculty of Law will welcome Professor Alexandra (Sacha) Prechal, a Judge at the European Court of Justice.
Pembroke College proposes to appoint two Stipendiary Lecturers and two Senior Retained Lecturers in Law for the academic year 2013-2014 as follows:
4- hours per week in Contract and Land Law (salary £8,255-£9,285 per annum)
3-hours per week in European Union Law (salary £6,192-£6,924 per annum)
Senior Retained Lecturers
Senior Retained Lecturer in Criminal Law
Senior Retained Lecturer in Administrative Law
The payment for a Senior Retained Lecturer is £3318 per annum (paid termly) plus teaching at Senior Tutors' Committee agreed rates.
Students and graduates from the University of Oxford’s Master’s in International Human Rights Law engage in a range of human rights activities worldwide, including working in refugee camps, defending detainees in Guantanamo and at the International Criminal Court, designing a human rights-based curriculum for disabled primary school students in Uganda, as well as engaging in human rights work in Afghanistan's Helmand province and in Burma.
The University of Oxford competed in the 20th Wilhem C Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot held in Vienna between the 23 and 28 of March 2013.
Oxford International Intellectual Property Moot 2013
The annual Oxford International Intellectual Property Moot was held at the Faculty of Law and Pembroke College from 14 to 16 March 2013.
Twelve teams consisting of two members each engaged in oral argument throughout the day.
The University, in association with Trinity College, invite applications for the position of a full-time Career Development Fellow in Property Law for 3 years, to commence not later than 1 October 2013.
This year's Oliver Smithies Lectures will be given by Harold Hongju Koh, Sterling Professor of International Law at Yale Law School and formerly Legal Adviser to the U.S.
On 19 March 2013 Dr John Vella gave evidence before the House of Lords EU Sub-Committee A (Economic and Financial Affairs) on the EU Commission's proposal to introduce a Financial Transaction Tax (FTT) through the Enhanced Cooperation Procedure.
Just prior to the Oxford European Alumni reception on the 26 April 2013, law alumni from Brussels, Portugal, Spain, Italy, Germany, Switzerland, Croatia and the UK came together to share stories of their time in Oxford.
On April 9-11 April, five Faculty members gave two full days of lectures at three of the top universities in Beijing: Peking University, Renmin University and Tsinghua University.Nick Barber and Timothy Endicott (Dean of the Law Faculty) gave lectures on constitutional and administrative law, and Mark Freedland, Jeremias Prassl and Robert Stevens gave lectures on private law focussing on contracts, employment law and vicarious liability.
The first issue of the Journal of Antitrust Enforcement (JAE) has now been published in hard copy and is also available online.
The University of Oxford invites applications for the position of full-time Career Development Fellow in Law and Economics.
Oxford's graduates continue to command the highest regard at the Bar and the leading city firms, according to two recent surveys.
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