Some of the secrets of Adam Smith's lost work on jurisprudence were brought to light in a FLJS lecture at Wolfson College this week by Senior Research Fellow in Politics Professor Iain McLean.
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?
A book colloquium of The Forgotten Flight: Terrorism, Diplomacy and the Pursuit of Justice, featuring author Stuart H Newberger, an international lawyer who fought for justice for seven of the 170 people killed in one of the deadliest acts of terrorism in history.
Examining the twin phenomena of legal uncertainty and laws that sometimes produce unjust results, Justice Robert J Sharpe of the Ontario Court of Appeal concluded that both arose from an essential characteristic of the law itself, in which it had to be framed in terms of norms or standards with general application.
In this Max Watson Annual Lecture, Alan Paterson OBE, Professor of Law and Director of the Centre for Professional Legal Studies at the Strathclyde University of Law, will take a detailed look at the Supreme Court, its past, present and future.
Apex court judges, legal academics and scholars gathered for a Foundation for Law, Justice and Society workshop at Wolfson College to discuss ‘
Examining the twin phenomena of legal uncertainty and laws that sometimes produce unjust results, Justice Robert J Sharpe of the Ontario Court of A