Post Graduate Confrence 2010
CCJHR IV Annual Postgraduate Conference: Borders of Justice: Locating the Law in Times of Transition.
Keynote address - Professor John Gardner
John Gardner has been Professor of Jurisprudence at the University of Oxford since 2000. He was formerly Reader in Legal Philosophy at King's College London (1996-2000), Fellow and Tutor in Law at Brasenose College, Oxford (1991-6) and Fellow of All Souls College, Oxford (1986-91). He has also held visiting positions at Columbia, Yale, Texas, Princeton, and the Australian National University. In 2010 he will hold short-term positions at Auckland and Genoa. He serves on the editorial boards of the Oxford Journal of Legal Studies, Legal Theory, Law and Philosophy, and The Journal of Moral Philosophy, among others. His work extends across a wide range of topics in the philosophy of law. Currently he is working mainly in the philosophy of private law, but he has also written philosophically on topics as diverse as constitutions, discrimination, human rights, the emotions, the nature of law, and the nature of rationality. His most extensive body of work is in the theory of criminal law and some of it is collected in his 2007 book Offences and Defences (OUP). For further information on Professor Gardner, see: http://users.ox.ac.uk/~lawf0081/biblio.htm
Pictured above Professor John Gardner Dr Ursula Kilkelly and James Gallen prize winner for best paper
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Pictured above Dr Shane Kilcommins, Louise Kennefick, Laura Cahillane, John McNally and Professor John Gardner
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