Biography

I joined the Faculty of Law as an Associate Professor, and Magdalen College as a Tutorial Fellow, in October 2018. Before this, I was the David Li Fellow in Law at Selwyn College in Cambridge (2015-2018) and a student at Trinity College, Cambridge (BA Law 2008-11, MPhil Medieval History 2011-12, PhD Legal History 2012-16).

Publications

Recent additions

  • Benjamin Spagnolo and J.W. Sampson, 'Principle and Pragmatism' in Benjamin Spagnolo and Joe Sampson (eds), Principle and Pragmatism in Roman Law (Hart 2020)
  • Benjamin Spagnolo and J.W. Sampson (eds), Principle and Pragmatism in Roman Law (Hart 2020)
    ISBN: 9781509938964
  • J.W. Sampson, 'Explaining D. 41.1.36' in Benjamin Spagnolo and Joe Sampson (eds), Principle and Pragmatism in Roman Law (Hart 2020)

Chapter (3)

J.W. Sampson, 'Explaining D. 41.1.36' in Benjamin Spagnolo and Joe Sampson (eds), Principle and Pragmatism in Roman Law (Hart 2020)
Benjamin Spagnolo and J.W. Sampson, 'Principle and Pragmatism' in Benjamin Spagnolo and Joe Sampson (eds), Principle and Pragmatism in Roman Law (Hart 2020)
J.W. Sampson, 'Revisiting D.9.2.23.1' in Paul du Plessis (ed), Wrongful Damage to Property in Roman Law: British Perspectives (Edinburgh University Press 2018)
ISBN: 9781474434461

Edited Book (1)

Benjamin Spagnolo and J.W. Sampson (eds), Principle and Pragmatism in Roman Law (Hart 2020)
ISBN: 9781509938964

Book (1)

J.W. Sampson, The Historical Foundations of Grotius' Analysis of Delict (Brill 2017)
ISBN: 978-90-04-34437-2

Research projects