Oxford Jurisprudence Discussion Group has announced the term card for Michaelmas (the fall term) 2022.

Anyone may join their mailing list by sending either an email asking to subscribe at oxfordjdg[at]gmail.com or a blank email at jurisprudence-discussion-group-subscribe[at]maillist.ox.ac.uk.

JDG’s new conveners have written to current mailing list subscribers:

At this time in the year the JDG is handed over to a new group of convenors.

Before we introduce ourselves, we would like to thank warmly the outgoing convenors, Cecile Degiovanni, Mauricio Garetto, and Andreas Vassiliou. We wish them the very best of luck in their future endeavors, and we hope that we will live up to the expectations they’ve raised by continuing the long and successful tradition of the JDG (est. 1997)

We would like to introduce ourselves – Angélica, Javier and Trenton – as the convenors for the JDG for the next academic year. We are honored to take up this role and only hope to bring you excellent presenters, and provide a perfect social community for those jurisprudes at Oxford.

Our first event for this academic year will be a book launch of Julie Dickson’s Elucidating Law (OUP 2022) which will take place on Tuesday 11 October at 5:00pm. The presentation of the book will be followed by comments from Professors Thomas Adams and Veronica Rodriguez-Blanco. After the event we will have a wine reception in University College. Due to space limitations there will be a registration link for this event to be sent separately.

Please find attached the term card for Michaelmas Term 2022. Starting this term the sessions will take place in the Arthur Goodhart Seminar Room of University College.

We look forward to seeing you all in our events. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out, and we will do our best to answer them.

Best wishes,

Angélica, Javier and Trenton




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