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Research Assistant to support the ‘Value of Competition’ pro-bono programme
Professor Ariel Ezrachi is looking for a research assistant to help with the organisation and management of the ‘The Value of Competition’ pro-bono programme. The programme is dedicated to educating...
Research Assistant in Decolonising Law/EU Law
Professor Iyiola Solanke is looking for a research assistant to help with project on a Decolonial Approach to EU Law. Project Description This project aims to consider ‘Decolonisation of EU law’...
Oxford Business Law Blog Associate Editors x 2
The Oxford Business Law Blog (OBLB) was launched in March 2016. Since its launch, the OBLB has grown quickly, its high quality and cutting-edge content rapidly attracting a wide...
Political Economy of Global Criminal Justice
Political Economy of Global Criminal Justice Seminar Series
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Alumna appointed to the High Court
Ruth Denke, alumna of the Faculty, has been appointed to the UK High Court. Ruth graduated with an MA in Jurisprudence from Oxford. She was called to the Bar (Inner Temple)...
Justice Majiedt returns to the Faculty this autumn
The Faculty of Law is delighted to welcome once again Justice Steven Arnold Majiedt of the Constitutional Court of South Africa. Justice Steven Majiedt has been a Justice of the Constitutional...
OLBA Changemakers Interview with Justice Steven Majiedt
Injunctive Relief in Tort Law
Anna Christie is Departmental Lecturer in Law and Finance at the University of Oxford. Anna studied for a joint degree in Law with Accounting and Finance at the University of...
Professor Sandra Wachter is Professor of Technology and Regulation at the Oxford Internet Institute at the University of Oxford where she researches the legal and ethical implications of AI, Big...
Part-time Research Director of the Oxford Human Rights Hub
Global Tax Governance Workshop
Vanessa MacDonnell, 'The Executive's Constitution'
Translating Legal Obligations in practice in Organ Donation and Transplantation
Elements of this Project: 1. Transplantation Medicine in the Paediatric Context: from legal theory to medical ethics in practice Two closed workshops, examining children's capacity, and conflicts of interest. This project is...
Oxford Legal History Forum: ‘Armory v. Delamirie (Emeri v. De Lamerie) (1722)’
David Enoch does primarily moral, political, and legal philosophy. David studied law and philosophy at Tel Aviv University, then clerked for Justice Beinisch at the Israeli Supreme Court. He pursued...
Research Assistant for the Tax Law Research Group
Professor Tsilly Dagan is looking for a research assistant to support the Tax Law Research Group’s activities. The main tasks for the Research Assistant will be to provide support for the...
IECL Comparative Catalyst Seminar - "Do Objects of Powers Under Trusts Have (Property) Rights?"
New editions of 'Legal Ethics' and 'Family Law' by Jonathan Herring published
Legal Ethics is a clear and engaging overview of legal ethics, highlighting the ethical issues surrounding professional conduct and raising interesting questions about how lawyers act and what their role...