The Clarendon Law Lecture Series

The Clarendon Law Lectures Series has been running for many years with several distinguished guest speakers taking the platform, including the likes of Lord Collins of Mapesbury, Professor Harold Koh and Professor Ernie Weinrib. The series covers three lectures given over a week or two week period and are normally held in Michaelmas Term of each academic year although there are exceptions to this. The lecture series is co-hosted with Oxford University Press.

 

Clarendon Law Lecture Series Past Events

 

Past Clarendon Speakers:

2018

Professor Jane Stapleton (Cambridge)

Thoughts on Torts

2017

Professor Dan Kahan (Yale)

Cognition, Freedom, and truth in the liberal state

2015

Professor Roberta Romano (Yale)

Sunsetting the Iron Law of Financial Regulation

Lecture 1 Lecture 2 Lecture 3

2014

Professor Ernie Weinrib (Toronto)

The Jurisprudence of Corrective Justice

2013

Professor Harold Koh (Yale)

Law and Globalization

2011

Lord Collins of Mapesbury

Justiciability in National and International Law

2009

Professor Hugh Beale

Mistake and Non-Disclosure of Fact

2008

Professor Nicola Lacey (LSE)

Women, Autonomy and Criminal Law

2006

Justice Stephen Breyer (US Supreme Court)

Active Liberty: The United States and Europe

2004

Professor William Cornish

IP - Omnipresent, Distracting, Irrelevant?

2003

Carol Harlow

State Liablility – Tort Law and Beyond

2002

Professor Guenter Treitel

Some Landmarks of 20th Century Contract Law

2001

Prfoessor Sir John Baker

The Law’s Two Bodies – Some Evidential Problems in English Legal History

2000

Professor Reinhard Zimmermann

Roman Law, Contemporary Law, European Law

1999

The Hon William Gummow

Change and Continuity – Statute, Equity and Federalism

1997

Richard A. Posner

Law and Legal Theory in England and America

1996

Tony Weir

Economic Torts