Book Colloquium: Voting Rights of Refugees

admin 25th October 2017

In this book colloquium Dr. Ruvi Ziegler will discuss his new book Voting Rights of Refugees, published in January 2017 by Cambridge University Press. As 2017 draws to a close, its dramatic events highlight the timeliness of such a book. Increased attention to the mass movement of asylum seekers and refugees across borders,  and the dynamic nature of communities and […]

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Director Sandra Fredman Participates in ‘Good Work: Roundtable on the Taylor Review’

Meghan Campbell 25th October 2017

Director Sandra  Fredman is participating today in the Oxford Labour Law Discussion Group round table discussion of the report:  Good Work: The Taylor Review of Modern Working Practices (BEISS 2017).  The report has potential massive implications not only for labour law but also tax law, company law, and other legal subjects as well. Contributors to […]

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Friday in Focus: Shreya Atrey

admin 20th October 2017

I am currently a lecturer at the University of Bristol Law School where I teach Public Law, Constitutional Rights, and European Union Law. Before starting at Bristol, I was based at the European University Institute, Florence as a Max Weber Fellow and at the Centre for Human Rights and Global Justice at the NYU School […]

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Special Blog Series: Supreme Court of Kenya’s Historic Judgment Nullifying the 2017 Presidential Election

admin 18th October 2017

At the beginning of September, the Kenyan Supreme Court ruled that the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC), the official election body in Kenya, had failed to conduct the 8 August 2017 Presidential election in accordance with the law, as there were irregularities and illegalities committed that affected the integrity of the election. It therefore […]

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