A collection of materials on some of the key issues confronting policymakers today.
This collection from leading figures within the House of Lords, media law, and the...
Russia's increasing prominence on the world stage has brought renewed interest in, and...
FLJS is pleased to support this introductory talk by Wolfson's new Creative Arts Fellow, visual artist Carey Young. Carey will be showing her video Palais de Justice, featuring female judges at Belgium's main courthouse, to explore jurisprudence, gender and fiction.
In 2009, Elinor Olstrom became – and remains – the only woman to win the Nobel Prize in Economics, awarded for her analysis of economic governance, especially the commons. Ten years on, we revisit her groundbreaking book Governing the Commons: The Evolution of Institutions for Collective Action.
As the UK approaches its most significant constitutional change for decades, the role of the Courts is the focus of unprecedented scrutiny and debate. The Oxford Foundation for Law, Justice and Society invites you to join us for the third re-staging of the Putney Debates, as we ask: What role do we want for our judges in the 21st Century?