Associate Professor of Law
Edwin Simpson (BCL 1989, MA 1990) is an Official Student (or Tutor) in Law at Christ Church, and the Barclays Bank Lecturer in Taxation in the University. He is a barrister and member of Lincoln's Inn.
His interests focus around theories of the public sphere and of property, and naturally meet in topics such as trusts law, jurisprudence, highway law, and the law of taxation.
He teaches Trusts, Jurisprudence, and Taxation Law (FHS); and Trusts and Global Wealth Taxation (BCL/MJur/MLF).
Simpson E, “Paterson V Secretary of State for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs  EWHC 394 (Admin)”  RWLR
Simpson E, “DPP V Jones Gains Ground” (2004) 38018 Rights of Way Law Review 55
Simpson E, “The Golden Metwand and the Crooked Cord: Essays on Public Law in Honour of Sir William Wade QC”  Law Quarterly Review 160
SIMPSON E, “Should the Suggestion That Ownership Is a ’myth’ Have Any Implications for the Structure of Tax Law?” in G LOUTZENHISER and R DE LA FERIA (eds.), The Dynamics of Taxation: Essays in Honour of Judith Freedman (Hart Publishing 2020)