Simon Gardner

Professor of Law


Simon Gardner took a BA in law and a BCL at Oxford, then worked for a year as a lecturer at the University of Nottingham, before moving to a fellowship at Lincoln College and joining the Oxford law faculty. He has also undertaken other roles within Lincoln College (including Sub-Rector, Dean, and Tutor for Admissions) and the Oxford law faculty (including Chair of the Faculty Board, and Director of Graduate Studies responsible for the BCL and MJur programmes). He works principally in the fields of property law and criminal law, normally giving tutorials (for which he has received a Teaching Excellence Award) in Land Law, Trusts, and Criminal Law, and lectures in Land Law and Trusts. He is currently convenor of the faculty's Land Law and Trusts groups. He is an academic member of the Chancery Bar Association.

Research Interests

Real Property, Trusts, Criminal Law