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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.

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Allocating Risk Through Contract

Evidence from M and A. John F Cogan, Jr. Professor of Law and Economics, Harvard Law School.

1hr 15mins

12 Jun 2012

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The Political Economy of Dodd-Frank

Why Financial Reform tends to be Frustrated and Systemic risk perpetuated. Adolf A Berle Professor of Law, Columbia Law School.

55mins

12 Jun 2012

Rank #2

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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'.

1hr 22mins

27 May 2010

Rank #3

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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.

56mins

20 Dec 2010

Rank #4

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Why Sentencing Matters

Professor Andrew Ashworth - Roger Hood Annual Public Lecture Series - 23 May 2013.

1hr 22mins

29 May 2013

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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.

50mins

20 Dec 2010

Rank #6

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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.

37mins

20 Dec 2010

Rank #7

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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. The lecture addressed the range of forces that shape the impact of criminological research using feminist perspectives in criminology as a case study.

1hr 34mins

1 Jun 2011

Rank #8

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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.

2mins

8 Jun 2009

Rank #9

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How public international law has been made, found and proven from the 17th to the 21st century

2011 Youard Lecture in Legal History.

1hr 8mins

1 Jun 2011

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