A reunion for all alumni, together with a programme of celebratory events to mark the 25th Anniversary of the Magister Juris (MJur), has been organised by the University of Oxford’s Law Faculty.
‘Oxford Law in Europe’
The weekend will provide all Oxford Law alumni living and working across Europe, with a unique opportunity to catch up with old friends whilst developing social and career networks. Those alumni who did not study law but now find themselves working in the field of law are welcome to attend too.
Whether you would like to attend the full programme or individual elements, our pricing structure offers you flexibility if you are unable to join us for the whole weekend. Tickets for the full two day programme are priced at £100, and individual elements of the programme are priced at £60.
Places will be allocated on a first come first serve basis once booking opens. To book a place for the weekend please visit to our registration pages. Registration closes at 13:00 on 16th September.
Friday 23rd September 18:00-20:00
- Evening drinks reception
Saturday 24th September 13:30-18:00
- Academic programme
14:30-16:00 Session 1: European perspectives on the Reform of French Contract Law
Speakers: Professor Birke Haecker, Linklaters Professor of Comparative Law, and Professor John Cartwright, Professor of the Law of Contract and Director of the Institute of European and Comparative Law
16:30-18:00 Session 2: Britain and the EU after the Referendum
The drinks reception and academic programme are generously hosted by Linklaters, at their offices in Potsdamer Platz 5, 10785 Berlin
- Formal dinner at the Hilton Hotel, Mohrenstrasse 30, 10117 Berlin
Dress Code: Business Attire
We would also like to hear your stories and memories of studying the MJur or Diploma at Oxford that you would be happy to share with us. For example - What did you think of the course? What memories of your classes can you share? Was there a memorable tutor or lecture that you attended?
Please be assured that this is not a fund-raising venture but a commemorative exercise. We are hoping to display some celebratory materials over the weekend and possibly produce a webpage of memorabilia.
If you do have some memories to share with us, we would love to hear from you.