Journal Article (5)
Philosophy of Law, Constitutional Theory, Criminal Law, Criminal Law Theory, Roman Law, Comparative Private Law
Maris Köpcke teaches and writes in the field of jurisprudence, broadly understood, extending to issues in criminal law, legal history, constitutional theory and comparative law. Until 2014 (before a career break), she was a Fellow and Tutor in Law at Worcester College, Oxford, teaching jurisprudence and criminal law. In 2009 she completed a D.Phil. at University College Oxford on the moral purpose of legal validity, which won the 2011 European Award for Legal Theory. Prior to coming to Oxford, Maris studied Law at ESADE (Barcelona), and read for LL.M.s at the European Academy of Legal Theory (Brussels) and Harvard Law School.