Selina Abächerli (Lincoln)
Good Law: An Anthropological Analysis of Debates about Legislative Standards in the UK

Ilham Abdallah Tagelsir Ali (Mansfield)

Kara Apland (Balliol)
The limits of legal protection: A study of the influence of law on adolescent sexuality in Nepal

Benedikt Barthelmess (Exeter)
Compliance with Financial Crime Regulation: The Impact of Banks’ Risk-Based Approaches on Access to Finance for Groups on the Margins 

James Campbell (Wolfson)
The Laws of Motion: Towards a Sensational Jurisprudence of Movement within the Court

Selwyn Coles (St Cross)
Removing chains from supply chains: a comparative study of global 'Modern Slavery Act' legislation in New Zealand

​Rangga Dachlan (Exeter)
Legally-Defined Culture: Deconstructing Indonesian Heritage

Marcus Dahl (St Edmund Hall) 
Indigenous political voice, the Uluru Statement and the demand for a constitutionally protected Voice to Parliament in Australia

Ana Carolina Dall'Agnol (Wolfson)
Foreign Direct Investment and the Role of the Law: the Cases of Angola and Mozambique

Diana Dajer (Green Templeton)
Routes to Conflict Prevention: An Analysis of the Influence of Medellin's Participatory Budgeteting Process on Political Inclusion

Fernanda Farina (Lincoln)
Trusting Judges: A Socio-Legal Inquiry about Access to Litigation via Health Care in Brazil

Mikolaj Firlej (St Cross)
Regulating autonomous weapons​

Zoe Hamilton (Wolfson) 
Regulation of misinformation in Covid-19: socio-political contexts of technology use across the digital divide 

Etienne Hanelt (Wolfson)
The Costs of Judicial Authority and the Politics of Interference

Jack Head (St Catherine's)
The Display of Art in Court Buildings in England and Wales 

Lisa Ko-En Hsin (Linacre)
​In Pursuit of Transparency: An Investigation into the Effectiveness and International Relevance of  the Modern Slavery Act 2015

Alvin Hung (Lady Margaret Hall)
​Exploring Intercultural Disputes through the Lens of Legal Culture: A Case Study of Chinese Private Enterprises in Myanmar

Shruti Iyer (St Antony's)
Silicosis and the State: Reframing Contestations between Capital and Labour in Contemporary India

Lama Karame (Exeter)
Age and the Law: A Critical Approach to Ageing under Legal Pluralism

Charlotte Kelly (Balliol)
Exploring the drivers of change of the legislative boundaries between girlhood and womenhood in Singapore and Malaysia between 1955 and 2015

Israr Khan (Regent's Park)
The Belt and Road Initiative: Protecting the Unprotected through Regulations

Genki Kimura (Wolfson)
Socio-legal research on the backgrounds of the employment law cases in the ECtHR

Stephen Knight (Wolfson)
Post-conflict observance of IHL in the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria: its extent, and the motivations behind it 

Sarah Levy (Green Templeton) 
The Conflation of Canadian Sealing Activities: Distinguishing the Inuit seal hunt from the Atlantic sealing industry in law and policy
 

Anna Loebbert (Lincoln)
Denying the State through Law

Amanda Lindstrom (St Antony's)
Business, Politics and Law: Socio-Legal Aspects of Global Health Governance and Supply Chain Due Diligence

Junyu (Loveday) Liu (Regent's Park)
Collective farming in the Chinese capital market: agrarian change as daily experience in a semi-autonomous social field

Caio Machado (Wolfson)
Scientific Disinformation and the Public Sphere in Brazil: How pseudo-science impairs democracy 

Angela Moore (Brasenose)
​The Impact of EU Accession on Refugee Rights in the Context of the Refugee and Migration Crisis in Europe: Raising Standards or Policing Borders?

Pablo Peña Alegria (Green Templeton)
Property law in the margins: can a new tenure system improve farmers’ livelihoods and reduce deforestation in the Peruvian Amazon? 

Aastha Prasad (Green Templeton) 
From Colonialism to Late Capitalism - Trajectories of 'Customary Law' Among Tribes in Western India

Vidya Ramachandran (St Peter's)
Gendered coercion, displacement and violence under the ‘hostile environment’: tracing women’s voluntary return from the UK to Punjab 

Samuel Ruiz-Tagle (St Cross)
The Urban Constitution

Toby Shevlane (Exeter)
​Regulating for the responsible development of artificial intelligence

Hannah Smith (St Cross)
Exploring Divergences between Legal Approaches and Citizens' Attitutudes towards the Reuse of Administrative Data in Social Science Research

Jessica Steinberg (St Hilda's)
​A global paradigm shfift: the influence of commercial cannabis in the process of law reform

Sila Ulucay (St Antony's)
​A Comparative Study of Copyright Laws in Action in Everyday Turkey and Egypt

Dennis West (Green Templeton)
​The Institutionalisation of Environmental, Social, and Corporate Governance in Organisations

Eleanor Whittingdale (Lady Margaret Hall)
When law comes to life: Narratives of Sexual Violence Beyond the Courtroom

Phillip Williams (Balliol)
​Radical Spectacles and Insurgent Citizenship: Destabilising the Regulatory Space of South African University Fees

Anna Wong (St Cross)
Practical and preceptional implications of fully remote court hearings