Julius Grower

Associate Professor of Law


Julius is an equity lawyer, with a specific interest in equity’s role within the law of obligations. His research usually focuses on the interaction between the law of fiduciaries and the laws of contract, tort, and unjust enrichment. He has published papers on agency, fiduciary misfeasance, and constructive trusts. His ongoing research relates to the maxim that “equity will not perfect an imperfect gift” (and several of the exceptions to it) and, more widely, to the nature of equity as a distinct part of our legal system.

Research Interests

Equity (and in particular those parts of it affecting the law of obligations), Commercial Law (including the laws of contract, tort, and unjust enrichment as they form part of it).

Research projects & programmes

Private Law Research Group

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