The Faculty of Law will host the Fourteenth Biennial Modern Studies in Property Law Conference on Tuesday 29 - Thursday 31 March 2022.
Modern Studies in Property Law is a world-leading forum for scholars with research and/or teaching interests in property law, attracting an international body of delegates. The conference series has its origins in the biennial conference first held by the University of Reading in 1996. Those conferences gave rise to the well-regarded book series, Modern Studies in Property Law which has published refereed papers from the conference since 2001. The conference has previously been held at Queens’ College, Cambridge (2008), New College, Oxford (2010), the University of Southampton (2012), the University of Liverpool (2014), Queen’s University Belfast (2016), and University College London (2018).
About MSPL 2022
The 2022 conference will be held in-person at St John’s College, Oxford, with an option for virtual participation.
We are delighted to announce that keynote lectures will be delivered by the Rt Hon Lord Sales JSC (Justice of the UK Supreme Court), Professor Jeremy Waldron (New York University), and Professor Sarah Green (Law Commission for England and Wales).
A range of measures will be in place throughout the conference to protect participants' health. For further information, please see the Registration page.
Conference participants may also be interested in attending (in person or online) the inaugural lecture of Professor Ben McFarlane (Oxford), which will take place on 31st March 2022 at 5 pm in the Gulbenkian Lecture Theatre at the Oxford Faculty of Law and will be chaired by Lord Burrows JSC. Further information and details on how to register can be found here.
Conference participants may also be interested in attending (in person or online) the Equity conference, which will be held at St John's College on Friday 1 and Saturday 2 April 2022.