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Research

Research in the Law Faculty ranges widely across the varied disciplines in legal studies that are shown in the Law Map. We value research in which academics and research students choose the problems to address and the methods for addressing them, and we value research that is connected to our teaching. The Faculty facilitates research and supports interdisciplinary work in collaboration with other parts of the University and with other institutions in the UK and worldwide.

You can find writing by members of the Faculty through the people pages or on the Faculty Publications page, and you can find the work of the Faculty's research centres on their webpages.

Some of the research in the Law Faculty is supported by grants from external funders. The projects listed below are some of the current and recent externally-funded research projects.


A selection of current and recent externally-funded research projects:

(some projects are listed under more than one heading)


Civil Procedure

  • Housing Possession Research Project
    Susan Bright and Lisa Whitehouse, funded by the University of Oxford's John Fell Fund from May 2011 to December 2012 and the ESRC Impact Acceleration Account from February 2014 to February 2015

Constitutional Law

Corporate Law

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Criminology and Criminal Law

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Environmental Law

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EU Law

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Family Law

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Intellectual Property Law

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Jurisprudence

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Medical Law and Ethics

  • Enhancing Responsibility
    Imogen Goold, funded by the Netherlands Scientific Research Organisation (NWO), from January 2012 to December 2014
  • The NeuroLaw Network
    Imogen Goold, funded by an AHRC Research Network grant, from July 2013 to January 2015

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Law of Obligations

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Law of Property

  • Housing Possession Research Project
    Susan Bright and Lisa Whitehouse, funded by the University of Oxford's John Fell Fund from May 2011 to December 2012 and the ESRC Impact Acceleration Account from February 2014 to February 2015

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Public International Law

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Regulation

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Socio-Legal Studies

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