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Legal Philosophy in Oxford
Welcome to the public web site of the jurisprudence community at the University of Oxford! Oxford has had unparalleled strength in the philosophy of law ever since H.L.A. Hart became Professor of Jurisprudence in 1952. More than fifty years on, according to the Philosophical Gourmet Report 2006, 'Oxford University continues to be the world leader in legal philosophy, and by a wide margin: no school anywhere else in the English-speaking world has either Oxford's depth or breadth.' More news bullet More history bullet

bulletThe home section (where you are now) introduces us and provides orientation and useful links.


bulletIn the events section we report current goings-on in jurisprudence, here and elsewhere.


bulletThe people pages profile Oxford legal theorists, and
provide individual contact info.


bulletTry the courses section for how and why to come here as
a jurisprudential
student or visitor.

photograph   photograph - john finnis and neil maccormick at the 2005 colloquium   photograph   photograph - john gardner   photograph - julie dickson

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