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The Centre for Socio-Legal Studies is an inter-disciplinary and multi-disciplinary research institute dedicated to the study of law in society. Founded in 1972 at Oxford University, the CSLS is known nationally and internationally for its innovative and original research and publications. It is also widely regarded for its high level training and supervision of students undertaking doctorates and other research degrees. The CSLS is a relatively autonomous institute within the Faculty of Law and has strong links to other departments and institutes in the University of Oxford and beyond.

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# Episode Title Description People Date
1 Creative Commons Adam Smith as Jurist John Cairns and Scott Peterson discuss Adam Smith's lost work on jurisprudence, examining his influence on the Scottish legal profession and religious freedoms John W Cairns, Scot Peterson 19 Nov 2019
2 Creative Commons Adam Smith as Jurist Senior Research Fellow in Politics Professor Iain McLean unearths the secrets of Adam Smith's lost work on jurisprudence, and posits a connection between smith's jurisprudence and the framers of the US Declaration of Independence and Constitution Iain McLean 19 Nov 2019
3 Historian of Protest Katrina Navickas discusses Mike Leigh's film Peterloo Historian of Protest Katrina Navickas discusses her involvement in Mike Leigh's film Peterloo, and its political and contemporary resonances Katrina Navickas 04 Nov 2019
4 Creative Commons Responses to the Government White Paper on Online Harms and the ‘right to be forgotten’ LSE media expert and government adviser Damian Tambini and Roxana Radu from Oxford Law Faculty respond to the UK government’s White Paper on Online Harms and assess the implications of the new rights of the digital age such as the ‘right to be forgotten’. Damian Tambini, Roxana Radu 03 Jul 2019
5 Governance of Public Opinion in the Age of Platforms: A Study of China Jufang Wang, former news editor in China, and Ralph Schroeder of the Oxford Internet Institute, assess the Communist Party’s efforts to control public opinion in China by regulation of social media platforms and the controversial ‘social credit system’. Jufang Wang, Ralph Schroeder 03 Jul 2019
6 State Capture: What It Is and What It Means for the Constitutional Order Legal researchers Katarina Sipulova and Nick Friedman describe corruption in politics and the judiciary in the post-transitional states of Eastern Europe and South Africa Katarína Šipulová, Nicholas Friedman 18 Jun 2019
7 Populism in the Age of Brexit Constitutional expert Prof Neil Walker tackles the thorny issue of issues of Brexit and the problems caused by populist politics Denis Galligan, Neil Walker 14 May 2019
8 Creative Commons Sir Tim Hitchens and Tony Rayns on Hirokazu Kore-eda's film The Third Murder and the death penalty in Japan Former UK Ambassador to Tokyo Sir Tim Hitchens and East Asian cinema expert Tony Rayns introduce a FLJS Films screening of Hirokazu Kore-eda's 2017 film The Third Murder Tim Hitchens, Tony Rayns 08 May 2019
9 The Post-Populist Constitution: Reassessing the Place of the People Professor Denis Galligan, Emeritus Professor of Socio-Legal Studies, delivers the 2018 Max Watson Annual Lecture at Wolfson College, on the constitutional consequences of the rise in populist movements around the world. Denis Galligan 30 Apr 2019
10 Max Watson Annual Lecture: Ethical Business Practice and Regulation Christopher Hodges, Professor of Justice Systems, will deliver the 2017 Max Watson Annual Lecture to present his proposals to support an ethical basis for business practice and regulation. Christopher Hodges 02 Jun 2017
11 The Forgotten Flight: Terrorism, Diplomacy and the Pursuit of Justice Stuart H Newberger, author and international lawyer gives a talk for the FLJS seminar series. Stuart H Newberger, Dan Sarooshi 02 Jun 2017
12 Free Speech: Ten Principles for a Connected World In this keynote lecture, leading political writer Timothy Garton Ash will present his ten guiding principles for a connected world, and offer a manifesto for global free speech in the digital age. Timothy Garton Ash 19 May 2017
13 The Will of the People? The History of Petitioning in Britain and Its Implications for Today Mark Knights, Professor of History, University of Warwick, gives a talk for the FLJS Seminar Series on 2nd May 2017. Mark Knights 15 May 2017
14 Putney Debates 2017 - Session IV: Preserving the Liberal Constitution The Putney Debates 2017 addresses the UK's constitutional future in the wake of the vote to leave the European Union. Onora O’Neill, Timothy Garton Ash, Frank Vibert, Michael Keating 24 Feb 2017
15 Putney Debates 2017 - Session III: Parliament, the Executive, the Courts and the Rule of Law The Putney Debates 2017 addresses the UK's constitutional future in the wake of the vote to leave the European Union. Joshua Rozenberg, Stephen Sedley, Alison Young, Adam Wagner 24 Feb 2017
16 Putney Debates 2017 - Session II: Changing and Strengthening the Role of the People The Putney Debates 2017 addresses the UK's constitutional future in the wake of the vote to leave the European Union. Paul Craig, Philip Kay, Will Hutton, John Howell 24 Feb 2017
17 Putney Debates 2017 - Session I: Parliament and the People The Putney Debates 2017 addresses the UK's constitutional future in the wake of the vote to leave the European Union. Denis Galligan, Sionaidh Douglas-Scott, David Runciman, Michael Mansfield 24 Feb 2017
18 Constitutionalism without Consensus in Contemporary Turkey Bill Kissane, Associate Professor in Politics, London School of Economics and Political Science, gives a talk for the FLJS seminar series. Bill Kissane 09 Dec 2016
19 Beyond the Liberal Constitution: The United States - Taking the Bullying Pulpit John W Adams, Adjunct Professor of Political Science, Rutgers University, gives a talk for the FLJS seminar series. John W Adams 09 Dec 2016
20 European Voices of Dissent and the Constitutional Consequences for the European Union Professor Paul Craig, Professor in English Law, Oxford, gives a talk for the FLJS seminar series. Paul Craig 09 Dec 2016
21 The Constitution in Crisis 2016 Professor Denis Galligan, Professor of Socio-Legal Studies and Fellow of Wolfson College at the University of Oxford, gives a talk for the FLJS Seminar Series. Denis Galligan 09 Dec 2016
22 Introduction to Film Screening of Pablo Larrain's NO By Alan Angell, author of *Democracy after Pinochet*SPEAKER: Alan Angell, Member of the Latin America Centre, Oxford; Emeritus Fellow of St Antony's College, Oxford; and author of Democracy after Pinochet. Alan Angell 01 Nov 2016
23 From Locke on Toleration to the First Amendment Professor Dan Robinson gives a talk on the First Amendment in the US Constitution and the philosophy of John Locke. Dan Robinson 14 Oct 2016
24 Creative Commons Populism and the Constitution: The Case of Britain in the Wake of the EU Referendum Professor Denis Galligan, Professor of Socio-Legal Studies, University of Oxford gives a Research Cluster Seminar to celebrate Wolfson's 50th Anniversary. Denis Galligan 10 Aug 2016
25 Business and Human Rights in Transition from Conflict to Peace A panel discussion among an academic, a company representative and practitioners, held on 21 June 2016, hosted by the Oxford Business and Human Rights Research Network and the Business and Human Rights Resource Centre. Sabine Michalowski, Irene Pietropaoli, Jo Zaremba, Yves Nissim 08 Jul 2016
26 Reaching out to whom?: Transitional Justice Institutions, Outreach and Local Communities Sixth and final panel in the Innovative Media for Change in Transitional Justice conference, A Debate between Journalists, Academics and Practitioners on Transitional Justice, Media and Conflict held on 22-23 June 2015. Alison Smith, Gerhard Anders, Gaelle Carayon, Leila Ullrich 02 Jun 2016
27 Innovative Media for Change?: The Potential and Pitfalls of New Media Technology in TJ Fifth panel in the Innovative Media for Change in Transitional Justice conference, A Debate between Journalists, Academics and Practitioners on Transitional Justice, Media and Conflict held on 22-23 June 2015. Phil Clark, Linda Melvern, Ella McPherson, Rob Lemkin 01 Jun 2016
28 Doing more Harm than Good?: Documentaries, Social Media and Advocacy in TJ Fourth panel in the Innovative Media for Change in Transitional Justice conference, A Debate between Journalists, Academics and Practitioners on Transitional Justice, Media and Conflict held on 22-23 June 2015. Pierre Hazan, Leon Willems, Gilad Ben–Nun, Christophe Billen 01 Jun 2016
29 Media in Divided Societies: Facilitators or Spoilers of Justice and Accountability? Third panel in the Innovative Media for Change in Transitional Justice conference, A Debate between Journalists, Academics and Practitioners on Transitional Justice, Media and Conflict held on 22-23 June 2015. Nicole Stremlau, Marija Ristic, Iginio Gagliardone, Nicola Palmer 01 Jun 2016
30 Media and the Search for Criminal Evidence: Learning from the (non-) cooperation between journalists and international criminal tribunals Second panel in the Innovative Media for Change in Transitional Justice conference, A Debate between Journalists, Academics and Practitioners on Transitional Justice, Media and Conflict held on 22-23 June 2015. Payam Akhavan, Nerma Jelacic, Ella McPherson, Don Ferencz 01 Jun 2016
31 The Role of Media in the Colombian Peace Negotiations First panel in the Innovative Media for Change in Transitional Justice conference, A Debate between Journalists, Academics and Practitioners on Transitional Justice, Media and Conflict held on 22-23 June 2015. Roddy Brett, Diana Dajer, Ailin Martinez, Leigh Payne 01 Jun 2016
32 How Judges Decide Justice Robert J Sharpe of the Ontario Court of Appeal and Visiting Professor, University of Oxford, gives a talk for the FLJS seminar series. Robert J Sharpe 16 May 2016
33 Can The Referendum Be Democratic? Reflections On The Brexit Process Stephen Tierney, Professor of Constitutional Theory in the School of Law, University of Edinburgh, Stephen Tierney 15 Mar 2016
34 Creative Commons Neoliberalism workshop: Implications for future visions of work and organisation Richard White, Senior Lecturer in Economic Geography, Sheffield Hallam University, gives a talk for the Neoliberalism, Employment and the Law workshop at Wolfson College, Oxford, hosted the Foundation for Law, Justice and Society in November 2015. Ben Jackson 11 Dec 2015
35 Creative Commons Neoliberalism, Trade Unions and the Labour Market: An overview of the core ideological claims Ben Jackson, Associate Professor & Tutorial Fellow in Modern History, Faculty of History & University College, Oxford University, gives a talk at the Neoliberalism, Employment and the Law workshop at Wolfson College, Oxford. Ben Jackson 11 Dec 2015
36 Creative Commons Neoliberalism as Analytical Starting Point: Possibilities and Problems Introduced by Dr Amir Paz-Fuchs, Dr Eagleton-Pierce examines neoliberalism from an international political economy perspective. Matthew Eagleton-Price 11 Dec 2015
37 Creative Commons The Neoliberal Construction of Modern Slavery: The Case of Migrant Domestic Workers Judy Fudge, Professor of Law, Kent Law School, University of Kent examines Modern Slavery as a causal effect of the emphasis on human trafficking, anti-immigration and criminal law rather than employment law for migrant domestic workers. Judy Fudge 11 Dec 2015
38 Creative Commons Neoliberalism Workshop: Contradictions in liberal reforms: The regulation of labour subcontracting Guy Mundlak, Professor at The Buchmann Faculty of Law, Tel Aviv University, gives a talk for the Neoliberalism workshop. Guy Mundlak 11 Dec 2015
39 William Browder on the State of Law in Putin's Russia In this lecture, William Browder, New York Times bestselling author gives a talk about Putin's Russia for the Foundation for Law, Justice and Society seminar series. William Browder 17 Nov 2015
40 Max Watson Memorial Lecture: Hate Speech and Democratic Citizenship Professor Eric Heinze, Professor of Law and Humanities, Queen Mary University London, gives the Max Watson Memorial Lecture. Eric Heinze 02 Nov 2015
41 Social Media: Foundations of the Cyber-Society and the Role of Law Damian Tambini, Senior Lecturer, Department of Media and Communications, LSE, gives a talk for the Foundation for Freedom, Law, Justice and Society. Damian Tambini 27 Oct 2015
42 Citizenship, Religious Rights and State Identity in Arab Constitutions: Who Is Free and What Are They Free to Do? A talk from Nathan Brown, Elliott School of International Affairs, at AALIMS - Oxford Conference on Political Economy of Islam and Muslim Societies. Nathan Brown 28 May 2015
43 Creative Commons Combatting Corruption with Mobile Phones India’s right to information movement demonstrated the potential to combat corruption through social audits – an exercise to share and verify public records with people. Vivek Srinivasan 26 Mar 2015
44 Africa’s Information Revolution: Rhetoric and Reality Over the past decade there has been a phenomenal growth in mobile phone and internet usage in Africa which has attracted substantial media and academic interest. Padraig Carmody 26 Mar 2015
45 Creative Commons Dying for an iPhone: The Hidden Struggle of China’s Workers An in-depth study of the most powerful electronics contractor and the lives of its 1.4 million workers. Jenny Chan 26 Mar 2015
46 Creative Commons Ethical Treatment of Data in New Digital Landscapes - bringing development practitioners and academics together How can NGOs like Oxfam come together with academics and practitioners alike to tackle emerging privacy and security challenges when it comes to effective management of data? Amy O'Donnell 26 Mar 2015
47 Persepolis: Introductory talk by Kaveh Moussavi, Iranian human rights lawyer Kaveh Moussavi, Iranian human rights lawyer, introduces the film Persepolis. Kaveh Moussavi 17 Feb 2015
48 Patent Policy in Genomics and Human Genetics: Epistemic Communities, Courts and the Democratic Shaping of Patent Law Professor Dr Ingrid Schneider gives a talk for the FLJS seminar series. Ingrid Schneider 17 Feb 2015
49 The (so far) grassroots success story of Farmerline, a social mobile tech enterprise for African farmers Alloysius Attah discusses some of Farmerline's success factors, including its locally adapted technological solutions and strong local outreach Alloysius Attah 04 Feb 2015
50 ICT, Civic Education and Civil Society Capacity Building in Iran Since Tavaana's launch in 2010, the e-learning institute has safely educated thousands of Iranians about democracy and human rights. Mariam Memarsadeghi 04 Feb 2015
51 Successful Constitutions - The Break-Up of Nations: The Constitutional Dimensions Using Ukraine as a Case Study Denis Galligan, Professor of Socio-Legal Studies, University of Oxford, gives a talk for Th Break-Up of Nations Roundtable discussion held at Wolfson College on 28th November 2014. Denis Galligan 02 Dec 2014
52 Constitution Making - The Break-Up of Nations: The Constitutional Dimensions Using Ukraine as a Case Study Bogdan Iancu, Professor of Political Science University of Bucharest gives a talk for The Break-Up of Nations Roundtable discussion held at Wolfson College on 28th November 2014. Bogdan Iancu 02 Dec 2014
53 Constitutional Instability : The Case of Central and Eastern Europe - The Break-Up of Nations: The Constitutional Dimensions Using Ukraine as a Case Study Daniel Smilov, Political Science Department, University of Sofia; and Programme Director, Centre for Liberal Strategies, Sofia, gives a lecture at the The Break-Up of Nations Roundtable discussion, held at Wolfson College on 28th November 2014. Daniel Smilov 02 Dec 2014
54 The New Regulatory Space: Reframing Democratic Governance Frank Vibert, Senior Visiting Fellow, Department of Government, London School of Economics, gives a lecture for the Foundation for Law, Justice and Society series. Frank Vibert 01 Dec 2014
55 We Steal Secrets: The Story of Wikileaks Dr Jonathan Bright, Research Fellow at the Oxford Internet Institute, gives a short talk about the documentary We Steal Secrets: The Story of Wikileaks and the issues surrounding it. Jonathan Bright 27 Oct 2014
56 Social Media: A Critical Introduction Christian Fuchs, Professor of Social Media at Westminster University, leads the discussion of his recently published book Social Media: A Critical Introduction, which navigates the controversies and contradictions of the complex digital media landscape. Christian Fuchs 22 Oct 2014
57 Killing by Drones: The Legal and Public Policy Dimensions Rory O. Millson, Partner at Cravath, Swaine and Moore LLP, explores the legal and policy issues surrounding the increasingly common use of military drones to carry out "targeted killings" in the ongoing fight against non-State actors around the world. Rory O Millson 22 Oct 2014
58 Could Scotland Join the European Union? With Scotland set to vote on independence in September 2014, this public debate will focus on the question of an independent Scotland and its membership of the EU. Graham Avery, Michael Keating, Sionaidh Douglas-Scott 06 Jun 2014
59 Where next for ombudsmen schemes? Recent EU legislation requires each member state to provide an ADR body for nearly every consumer sector. This workshop explored the implications through expert opinion from academic, practitioner, and policy perspectives. Lewis Shand Smith 05 Jun 2014
60 Creative Commons Ombudsman Service - Consumer Engagement Recent EU legislation requires each member state to provide an ADR body for nearly every consumer sector. This workshop explored the implications through expert opinion from academic, practitioner, and policy perspectives. Caroline Wayman 05 Jun 2014
61 Creative Commons Early Resolution in Ombudsmen schemes Recent EU legislation requires each member state to provide an ADR body for nearly every consumer sector. This workshop explored the implications through expert opinion from academic, practitioner, and policy perspectives. Adam Sampson 05 Jun 2014
62 Reassessing the Civil Law Tradition: the Changing Role of the Judge Annual Lecture in Law & Society 2014 Professor Carlo Guarnieri will outline the changing nature of the civil law judge, drawing comparison with the common law counterpart, and exploring the implications of this change in the context of legal culture around the world. Carlo Guarnieri 04 Jun 2014
63 Creative Commons Social Media and the Culture of Connectivity This lecture by Professor José van Dijck reflects on how social media have become normalized in everyday life. José van Dijck 28 May 2014
64 Book Colloquium: Popular Representations of Development: Insights from Novels, Films, Television and Social Media A discussion of this recently published book whose authors reassess the breadth and popularity of development studies through analysis of literature, films, and other non-conventional forms of representation. David Lewis, Catherine Jenkins, Tim Markham, Amir Paz-Fuchs 15 May 2014
65 Creative Commons (In)formal Economies, Economies of Favour: The End of Transition? Dr John Round, Senior Lecturer in Human Geography, University of Birmingham and Higher School of Economics, Moscow and Dr Nicolette Makovicky, Departmental Lecturer in Russian and East European Studies give a talk for the FLJS Series John Round, Nicolette Makovicky 25 Mar 2014
66 Creative Commons Democratic Deficits and Gender Quotas: The Evolution of the Proposed EU Directive on Gender Balance on Corporate Boards Julie C. Suk, Professor of Law, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, New York, gives a talk for the Gender Quotas for Corporate Boards and Democratic Legitimacy debate Julie Suk 25 Mar 2014
67 Gender Quotas for Corporate Boards -The diffusion of a distinct national policy reform Mari Teigen, Research Director, Institute for Social Research, Oslo, Norway, gives a talk for the Gender Quotas for Corporate Boards and Democratic Legitimacy debate Mari Teigen 25 Mar 2014
68 The Critical Mass Marker Approach to Gender Quotas Jude Browne, Jessica and Peter Frankopan Director of Gender Studies, University of Cambridge Centre for Gender Studies, gives a talk for the Gender Quotas for Corporate Boards and Democratic Legitimacy debate Jude Browne 25 Mar 2014
69 What Hopes for ICT for Development? Tim Unwin focuses on current work at the CTO, where his own personal contributions focus especially on the use of ICTs by people with disabilities. Tim Unwin 21 Mar 2014
70 Shakespeare and the Lower Register of Constitutional Thought Professor Denis Galligan, Professor of Socio-Legal Studies, Oxford will deliver this lecture as part of the new programme on Law, Film and Literature from the Foundation for Law, Justice and Society podcast series Denis Galligan 10 Mar 2014
71 Can We Save Countries from Economic Crises? Some lessons from IMF and EU experience over three decades Max Watson, former senior official at the IMF and the European Commission, will discuss what lessons emerge from three decades of experience in handling economic crises, and how change can be catalysed in the face of deeply entrenched obstacles to reform. Max Watson, Denis Galligan, David Vines 03 Mar 2014
72 Thoughts Towards a History of ICT4D - And Its Future Role David Souter uses the history and development of ICT4D as a framework to critique ICT4D approaches and consider the relevance of ICTs and ICT4D to the post-2015 development agenda. David Souter 27 Feb 2014
73 How best to communicate with communities affected by disaster? Case Studies from Typhoon Haiyan This seminar will investigate how different technologies were used by CDAC Network Members in the immediate response to Typhoon Haiyan, focusing particularly on how needs assessment data was collected, shared and acted upon. Nicki Bailey 27 Feb 2014
74 The Internet in a post-PRISM world Dan McQuillan examines the Internet in a post-PRISM world, and asks if its power to tackle global poverty will be lost. Dan McQuillan 12 Feb 2014
75 Crowdsourcing and Development of Activity Systems: the Case of Emergency Response Gregory Asmolov suggests applying the notion of activity systems and zones of proximal development, as conceptualized in Cultural-Historical Activity Theory (CHAT), to the field of ICT4D. Gregory Asmolov 12 Feb 2014
76 The Post-2015 Development Agenda: Implications for ICT4D Research Richard Heeks explores new post-2015 development agenda and its implications for ICT4D (information and communication technologies for development) research priorities. Richard Heeks 12 Feb 2014
77 The New Global Rulers: The Privatization of Regulation in the World Economy Book colloquium examining the acclaimed title The New Global Rulers by Professors Tim Büthe and Walter Mattli. Denis Galligan, Bettina Lange, Amir Paz-Fuchs, Frank Vibert 27 Jan 2014
78 The Information Society Agenda: Prospects and Problems Discussion of dominant approaches by intergovernmental agencies to information society policy and the prospects for introducing critical perspectives that acknowledge the power relations which inform information society strategies and actions. Robin Mansell 16 Jan 2014
79 ICTs, Innovation and Regulation in the Somali Territories A seminar exploring technology and regulation in the Somali territories of the Horn of Africa. Despite weak or non-existent government institutions, innovation has flourished with local solutions to local challenges. Abdirashid Duale 16 Jan 2014
80 Humanitarian campaigns in social media: network architectures and Kony 2012 as a polymedia event An assessment of the optimism surrounding the opportunities that social media offer for humanitarian action, drawing on analysis of the phenomenally popular and controversial Kony 2012 campaign. Mirca Madianou 16 Jan 2014
81 Disjunctures and Connections: Case Studies of How Techno-politics Make and Cut Networks In a development context, the ways in which new media objects (eg ICTs) are defined in relation to other objects, people and institutions map out new figurations of power and connection, that revalue and recombine political agency. Don Slater 16 Jan 2014
82 Development 2.0 and beyond: Challenges for ICT4D in 2013 Dr Thompson addresses some of the opportunities and contradictions presented by ICT4D and considers some emerging ways in which ICT4D researchers may contribute to the field. Mark Thompson 16 Jan 2014
83 Machiavelli's The Prince-500 Years On Professor Paolo Carta, University of Trento, gives a talk for the FLJS Seminar series Paolo Carta, Dennis Galligan 10 Dec 2013
84 How do Institutions Change? The Prospects for Law and Justice Priorities in the Post-2015 International Development Agenda This panel discussion will consider the inclusion of law and governance priorities in the post-2015 development agenda. Michael Woolcock, Masooda Bano, Samuel Clark 21 Oct 2013
85 Creative Commons Populism in Modern Constitutions Richard Parker, Paul W. Williams Professor of Criminal Justice at Harvard Law School, presents his thoughts on how populism has figured in the study and practice of modern American constitutional law and the effect it has had. Richard Parker 16 Oct 2013
86 National models, achieving full coverage, sources of funding, building business Support Professor Christopher Hodges gives a talk for the First Annual Oxford Consumer ADR Conference. Christopher Hodges 07 Oct 2013
87 First Annual Conference on Consumer ADR: Jacqueline Minor Representative of the European Commission in the United Kingdom, Formerly Director of Consumer Policy, DG Sanco, gives a talk at the First Annual Conference on Consumer ADR. Jacqueline Minor 07 Oct 2013
88 Sharia-guided family laws in Bangladesh: The Impact of the Constitution Tahrat Naushaba Shahid, DPhil Student, Department of Politics, University of Oxford gives a talk for the Law, Religion and Social Order: Unpacking the Promise of Sharia workshop held on 17th May 2013. Tahrat Naushaba Shahid 28 Aug 2013
89 Annual Lecture in Law and Society: Law and Social Illusion Professor Liam B Murphy, Herbert Peterfreund Professor of Law and Philosophy at New York University School of Law gives the 2013 Annual Lecture in Law and Society. Liam B Murphy 27 Jun 2013
90 Al-Azhar and Interpretation of Sharia in the New Egyptian Constitution Dr Masooda Bano, University Research Lecturer, Oxford Department of International Development, gives a talk for the Law, Religion and Social Order: Unpacking the Promise of Sharia workshop held on 17th May 2013. Masooda Bano 03 Jun 2013
91 Creative Commons Implementing "Sharia" in Syria's liberated areas Dr Thomas Pierret, Lecturer in Contemporary Islam, University of Edinburgh, gives a talk for the Law, Religion and Social Order: Unpacking the Promise of Sharia workshop held on 17th May 2013. Thomas Pierret 03 Jun 2013
92 Pro-Women Legal Reform in Morocco: Is Religion an Obstacle? Dr Imane Chaara, Departmental Lecturer in Development Economics, Oxford Department of International Development, gives a talk for the Law, Religion and Social Order: Unpacking the Promise of Sharia workshop held on 17th May 2013. Imane Chaara 03 Jun 2013
93 Creative Commons Comparing Sharia with the Modern Constitutions Siraj Khan, Research Fellow, Max Planck Foundation for International Peace and the Rule of Law, gives a talk for the Law, Religion and Social Order: Unpacking the Promise of Sharia workshop held on 17th May 2013. Siraj Khan 03 Jun 2013
94 Creative Commons Sharia law and Muslim legal mythology Professor Robert Gleave, Professor of Arabic Studies at Exeter University, will be opening a workshop on Sharia Law with a lecture; Sharia law and Muslim legal mythology. Robert Gleave 03 Jun 2013
95 Media Law after Leveson: Newsgathering, data protection and source protection David Erdos, Katzenbach Research Fellow, Centre for Socio-Legal Studies, Oxford, gives a talk for the Media Law after Leveson workshop. David Erdos 22 Apr 2013
96 Media Law after Leveson: Closing Remarks Gillian Phillips, Director of Editorial Legal Services, Guardian News; Alison Young, CUF Lecturer in Law, University of Oxford, gives the final talk at the Media after Leveson workshop. Gillian Phillips 17 Apr 2013
97 Media Law after Leveson: Public Interest Sir Stephen Sedley, Visiting Professor, University of Oxford; Rachael Craufurd Smith, Senior Lecturer in EC Law, University of Edinburgh; Gavin Phillipson, Professor of Law, Durham University; Andrew Scott, Senior Law Lecturer, LSE. Sir Stephen Sedley, Rachael Craufurd Smith, Gavin Phillipson, Andrew Scott 17 Apr 2013
98 Creative Commons Media Law after Leveson: The Sanctity of Press Partisanship Paul Wragg, Lecturer in Law, University of Leeds, gives a talk for the Media after Leveson workshop. Paul Wragg 17 Apr 2013
99 Media Law after Leveson: Newsgathering, journalistic sources, and criminal investigations Damian Carney, University of Portsmouth, gives a talk for the Media After Leveson workshop. Damian Carney 17 Apr 2013
100 Media Law after Leveson: Regulating the Press A panel of media law and press experts debate the Leveson Report and implications for press regulation at the Media Law after Leveson workshop at the Oxford Law Faculty on behalf of the Foundation for Law, Justice and Society. Damian Tambini, Tom Gibbons, Lara Fielden, Eric Barendt 17 Apr 2013