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Dapo Akande appointed advisor to American Law Institute and Tallinn Manual

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Professor Dapo Akande has become the third member of the Faculty of Law to appointed to an international advisory panel of the American Law Institute. [more…]

March Law Open Days 2015

The Faculty of Law held Open Days in the middle of March. [more…]

Professor Ewan Gordon McKendrick has been awarded QC honoris causa

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Professor Ewan Gordon McKendrick is a legal academic and barrister. [more…]

Independent Directors in Singapore: Puzzling Compliance Requiring Explanation

This lecture, the second in the Commercial Law Centre series, was given by Dr. [more…]

Shaping Policy for the Future: Human Rights for Future Generations (HRFG) Programme

The HRFG programme was recently awarded the third policy paper project commissioned by the Oxford Martin School, late last year (2014). [more…]

Maitland Chambers University of Oxford Intercollegiate (Cuppers) Mooting Competition 2014-15

The Grand Final of the Maitland Chambers University of Oxford Intercollegiate (Cuppers) Mooting Competition took place in Keble College on Thursday the 26th February. [more…]

56th Philip C Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition - UK Grand Final

The University of Oxford has continued its successful record in the Jessup moot competition. [more…]

Oxford Law students take part in Landmark Chambers Moot

The Oxford team reached the final of the Landmark Chambers Property Mooting Competition. [more…]

New research grants for the Faculty

The Faculty is thrilled to announce a large number of new research grants that have been awarded to our members. [more…]

Independent Ombudsmen and ADR providers: building bridges in the energy market

On 13 March, during the 7th Citizens' Energy Forum, NEON, the National Energy Ombudsmen Network, presented the report on ADR in the Energy Sector in Europe with research conducted by Dr Naomi Creutzfeldt, ESRC Research Fellow, and commissioned by NEON. [more…]

Visit from Renmin Law School

On 26 February, the Acting Dean, Mindy Chen-Wishart, Nick Barber and Paul Burns on behalf of the Oxford Faculty of Law were pleased to host a visit from Dean Han and colleagues from the Law School at Renmin University, Bejing, together with representatives of the Great Britain China Centre. [more…]

Death of Bernard Rudden

We heard the sad news today of the death of Bernard Rudden, FBA, Emeritus Professor of Comparative Law. [more…]

Part-time DPhil Criminology - Applications now open

Applications for the part-time DPhil Criminology are now being considered

The deadline for applications to this programme, for entry in 2015/16, is 1 June 2015 although later applications may be considered if places are available. [more…]

Graeme Dinwoodie made advisor to the American Law Institute Copyright Restatement Project

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Professor Graeme Dinwoodie has been appointed as an advisor to the American Law Institute's new project to produce a Restatement of the Law of Copyright; he is the only member of the group of Advisors to the project who is based outside the United States. [more…]

University of Oxford 7 King’s Bench Walk Commercial Law Moot 2015

The inaugural University of Oxford 7 King’s Bench Walk Commercial Law Moot took place in London on Friday 27 February 2015. [more…]

Book Series Launch

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A new series on EU Law in the Member States, published by Hart | Bloomsbury and edited by Jeremias Prassl and Michal Bobek, was launched at a workshop in Stockholm last week. [more…]

Professor Douglas-Scott discusses constitutional implications of leaving the EU

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Sionaidh Douglas-Scott discussed leaving the EU on a panel with Professor Sir David Edward QC (former UK judge at the European Court), Sir Konrad Schiemann QC (formerly Court of Appeal and UK judge at European Court) Sir John Kerr (formerly British ambassador to the EU and Head of the Diplomatic Service) and Professor Sir Alan Dashwood QC (Cambridge University and Henderson Chambers). [more…]

New book from Criminology DPhil graduate Hannah Maslen

Hart Publishing is delighted to announce that the launch of Hannah Maslen’s new book ‘Remorse, Penal Theory and Sentencing’ will take place on the 20 March 2015 at The Oxford Martin School from 5pm. [more…]

University of Oxford Shearman & Sterling Moot Competition 2014-15

The University of Oxford Shearman & Sterling Moot took place in Keble College on Saturday 7 February 2015. [more…]

Balancing Business Innovation with Data Protection? Regulating the Digital Age

The conundrum of facilitating both innovative business activity through the internet while also protecting personal data formed the core theme of this workshop organised by the Oxford Regulation Discussion Group. [more…]

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