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Law Faculty Podcasts

Podcasts of Law lectures, and other videos not relating to specific courses, presented by the Faculty of Law, University of Oxford.

# Episode Title Description People Date
1 When Lawyers Lie: Forging an English Constitution in 1399 Professor David Seipp, Boston University School of Law, gives a talk on 'Forging the English Constitution in 1938. The talk was recorded on 10th March 2015. David Seipp 26 Jun 2015
2 Adapting to a Constitution: The Hong Kong Basic Law turns 25 Geoffrey Ma, The Chief Justice of Hong Kong - 12 May 2015 Geoffrey Ma, Stephen Sedley 14 May 2015
3 The Principle of Mutual Recognition in the EU's Area of Freedom, Security and Justice Judge Koen Lenaerts, Vice President of the Court of Justice of the European Union and Professor of Law at the University of Leuven - 30 January 2015 Koen Lenaerts 10 Apr 2015
4 Creative Commons Clarendon Law Lecture Series 2014: The Jurisprudence of Corrective Justice Part Three Professor Ernest Weinrib - Cecil A. Wright Professor of Law, University of Toronto - held on 4th, 6th and 12th November 2014 Ernest Weinrib 17 Dec 2014
5 Creative Commons Clarendon Law Lecture Series 2014: The Jurisprudence of Corrective Justice Part Two Professor Ernest Weinrib - Cecil A. Wright Professor of Law, University of Toronto - held on 4th, 6th and 12th November 2014 Ernest Weinrib 17 Dec 2014
6 Creative Commons Clarendon Law Lecture Series 2014: The Jurisprudence of Corrective Justice Part One Professor Ernest Weinrib - Cecil A. Wright Professor of Law, University of Toronto - held on 4th, 6th and 12th November 2014 Ernie Weinrib 15 Dec 2014
7 Creative Commons The (Il)legitimacy of bankruptcies for the benefit of secured creditors Charles W. Mooney Jnr, Charles A. Heimbold, Jr. Professor of Law, University of Pennsylvania Law School - 5 November 2014 Charles Mooney 15 Dec 2014
8 Creative Commons Moving Targets: Reputational Risk, Rights and Accountability in Punishment Professor Kelly Hannah-Moffat, University of Toronto, gives a talk on human rights within the Canadian Prison system Kelly Hannah-Moffat 04 Jun 2014
9 Creative Commons Why Sentencing Matters Professor Andrew Ashworth - Roger Hood Annual Public Lecture Series - 23 May 2013. Andrew Ashworth 29 May 2013
10 Creative Commons Valedictory Seminar by Andrew Bridges, Chief Inspector of Probation On 16 May 2011, the Centre for Criminology, Faculty of Law at the University of Oxford, hosted Mr Andrew Bridges' valedictory lecture on the occasion of his retirement as Chief Inspector of Probation. Andrew Bridges 19 May 2011
11 Creative Commons The Political Economy of Dodd-Frank Why Financial Reform tends to be Frustrated and Systemic risk perpetuated. John C Coffee 12 Jun 2012
12 Shearman and Sterling Moot Competition 2009 - semi-final The Shearman and Sterling LLP University of Oxford Moot Competition has become established as the most prestigious mooting competition within the University. This video features one of the semi-final moots in the 2009 competition. Hannah Noyce, Emily Mackenzie, Stephen Kosmin 08 Jun 2009
13 Scandinavian Exceptionalism: Five Dangers Ahead Nils Christie of the Institute of Criminology at the University of Oslo presented the 5th Roger Hood Annual Public Lecture entitled, 'Scandinavian Exceptionalism: Five Dangers Ahead'. Nils Christie 27 May 2010
14 Mooting - A Short Introduction This video includes footage taken at the 2009 Shearman and Sterling LLP University of Oxford Moot Competition and features short interviews with participants, who explain what mooting is and talk about their experiences mooting in Oxford. Stefanie Wilkins, Emily Mackenzie, Tessa Khan, Stephen Kosmin 08 Jun 2009
15 Mock Law Interview This video shows a mock interview for an undergraduate place to study law. Ben McFarlane 10 Mar 2009
16 Leverhulme Lecture 2010: The Global Financial Crisis and Systematic Risk First of the Leverhulme Lectures held in the Law Faculty of St Cross College November 2010. Steven Schwarcz 20 Dec 2010
17 Leverhulme Lecture 2010: The Future of Securitisation Third and Final lecture in the 2010 Leverhulme Lecture series held in the Law Faculty, St Cross college in November 2010. Steven Schwarcz 20 Dec 2010
18 Leverhulme Lecture 2010: Regulating Complexity in Financial Markets Second leverhulme lecture in the 2010 series held in the Law Faculty, St Cross College in November. Steven Schwarcz 20 Dec 2010
19 Creative Commons Impact and Influence in Contemporary Criminology: The Question of Feminism The 2011 Roger Hood Annual Public Lecture was delivered by Professor Frances Heidensohn of the Department of Sociology at the London School of Economics. Frances Heidensohn 01 Jun 2011
20 How public international law has been made, found and proven from the 17th to the 21st century 2011 Youard Lecture in Legal History. Stefan Talmon 01 Jun 2011
21 Creative Commons Allocating Risk Through Contract Evidence from M and A. John C Coates 12 Jun 2012