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100 years of Women in Law at Oxford

In collaboration with the First 100 Years project

A Better Politics of Crime

Research programme by Prof. Ian Loader and Prof. Richard Sparks
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A Constitutional Prod: Has Transformative Constitutionalism in Africa resulted in Institutional Change and Power Shifts in Tax Administration?

This is a postdoctoral project funded by the British Academy and undertaken by Daisy Ogembo.

A New History of Law in post-revolutionary England

Mike Macnair, Associate Professor of Law at University of Oxford, is working as a partner...
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A study of the effects of prisoner re-entry on children and their caregivers in England and Wales

This British Academy funded postdoctoral research undertaken by Dr Shona Minson focuses on the...

Abortion in the 21st Century

Access to Justice

A research programme of the Bonavero Institute of Human Rights Read more about Research at the...

Achieving copyright balance through the structure of tangible property

Poorna Mysoor's eary career fellowship funded by the Leverhulme Trust, from October 2018 to...

Addressing Asylum Harm in Britain, Denmark and Sweden

Vicky Canning, Senior Lecturer, University of Bristol

Addressing the Impact of Maternal Imprisonment: Developing Collaborative Training: 'Safeguarding Children when Sentencing Mothers'

The project was run in 2017/2018 by Dr Shona Minson with Dr Rachel Condry as the named faculty...

Adjudicating Rights: A Series of Judicial Conversations

Adolescent to Parent Violence

This project is run by Rachel Condry, funded by the Economic and Social Research Council. a project...
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Advancing the Development and Application of the Right to Play

Project led by Dr Naomi Lott, funded by the Economic and Social Research Council.
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Advancing the Impact of Victim Participation at the International Criminal Court: Developing Avenues for Collaboration

research by Rudina Jasini and Carolyn Hoyle, funded by the ESRC Impact Acceleration Acccount (2)

AI for English Law - Work Package Five - Law and Technology Education

AI for English Law - Work Package Four - Coordinating Skill Investment and Tech Transfer

AI for English Law - Work Package One - Understanding New Business Models in Legal Services

AI for English Law - Work Package Three - Frontiers of AI in Legal Reasoning

AI for English Law - Work Package Two - Mapping Digital Justice

AI for English Law – Work Package Six – Mapping the LawTech and Innovation Ecosystem

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AIDE Project: Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare for All: Towards Designing a Platform for Sustainable Stakeholder Engagement

Funded by the ESRC from Jan 2020 to Dec 2022