Join us on Tuesday 15th February for an exclusive webinar for alumni, friends and supporters of Oxford Law based across Europe with the Dean, Professor Mindy Chen-Wishart. Mindy will discuss her latest project on #Race me too as well as setting out her vision for the future of Oxford Law.

The webinar is free to attend and will be run using Zoom, so if you have not done so already, please download Zoom onto your device. A link to join the meeting will be sent to registrants the day before. The deadline for registering is 5pm Monday 14th February. Following registration, the Zoom link to attend the launch will be sent to participants.


#RaceMeToo: Welcome to a Parallel Universe

Sickened by the murder of George Floyd, institutions around the world have been quick self-certify their anti-racism. It’s easy to oppose the crassest forms of racism happening elsewhere; but much harder to see and address our own institutional and individual behaviours that perpetuate more subtle varieties of racism. Will we do the uncomfortable work of listening to racialized minorities, understanding the issues, and responding without rationalising or excusing?


Professor Mindy Chen-Wishart

Portrait by Ander McIntyre © Warden and Fellows of Merton College. 

About the Dean: Mindy Chen-Wishart

Mindy Chen-Wishart is Dean, and Professor of the Law of Contract at the Faculty of Law at Oxford University and a Fellow of Merton College. She holds a fractional Professorship at the National University of Singapore and is the Cheng Yu Tung Visiting Professor, Hong Kong University. She has also visited and taught at Law Schools in Germany, Australia, New Zealand, China, Japan, Thailand, Indonesia, and Taiwan. She is author of Contract Law (6th ed), and of numerous articles on the theory, doctrine and comparative law of contract. She is an Editor of Chitty on Contracts (now 33rd ed), and of the six-book series on Studies in the Contract Laws of Asia, of which the three have been published. Mindy was a member of the Advisory Group on A Restatement of the English Law of Contract, and has lectured to the Judicial College of England and Wales, and the judiciary in Hong Kong and Taiwan.