Liz Fisher, BA/LLB (UNSW), D Phil (Oxon) is Professor of Environmental Law at Corpus Christi College and the Faculty of Law. She researches in the areas of environmental law and and administrative law exploring the interrelationship between law, administration and regulatory problems in different legal cultures. In particular she focuses on the role of science in that interelationship. Her 2007 book, Risk Regulation and Administrative Constitutionalism, won the SLS Peter Birks Prize for Outstanding Legal Scholarship 2008. She is author of Environmental Law: A Very Short Introduction (OUP 2017) and co-author of Fisher, Lange and Scotford, Environmental Law: Text, Cases and Materials (2nd ed, OUP 2019). She is General Editor of the Journal of Environmental Law and Review Articles Editor of the Oxford Journal of Legal Studies. She has won teaching awards, and served as Vice Dean of the Law Faculty 2013-6. She has recently completed writing a book with Sid Shapiro about reimagining US administrative law. Her current projects include work on legal imagination and environmental futures and a project with others charting English administrative law case law.