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Graeme Dinwoodie made advisor to the American Law Institute Copyright Restatement Project

Professor Graeme Dinwoodie has been appointed as an advisor to the American Law Institute's new project to produce a Restatement of the Law of Copyright; he is the only member of the group of Advisors to […]

University of Oxford 7 King’s Bench Walk Commercial Law Moot 2015

The inaugural University of Oxford 7 King’s Bench Walk Commercial Law Moot took place in London on Friday 27 February 2015 […]

Book Series Launch

A new series on EU Law in the Member States, published by Hart | Bloomsbury and edited by Jeremias Prassl and Michal Bobek, was launched at a workshop in Stockholm last week […]

Professor Douglas-Scott discusses constitutional implications of leaving the EU

Sionaidh Douglas-Scott discussed leaving the EU on a panel with Professor Sir David Edward QC (former UK judge at the European Court), Sir Konrad Schiemann QC (formerly Court of Appeal and UK judge at Europe […]

New book from Criminology DPhil graduate Hannah Maslen

Hart Publishing is delighted to announce that the launch of Hannah Maslen’s new book ‘Remorse, Penal Theory and Sentencing’ will take place on the 20 March 2015 at The Oxford Martin School […]

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forthcoming events

Friday 6 March: Family Law, Freedom, and Responsibility: An Argument on the Foundations of Family Law, Professor Dr Harry Willekens, University of Hildesheim; University of Hannover

European Cartel Criminalisation, Peter Whelan, Centre for Criminal Justice Studies, School of Law, University of Leeds

J. Herring and M. Dempsey: Criminalizing Sex, Jonathan Herring and Michelle Dempsey, University of Oxford / Villanova University

Monday 9 March: Enhancing Privacy Impact Assessments for Emerging Internet Technologies: Privacy risk assessment and mitigation in practice, Bendert Zevenbergen, DPhil Candidate, Oxford Internet Institute

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Is the Political Constitution Deliberative?, Graham Gee, University of Birmingham

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selected recent recordings

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