Regulation, antitrust and promotion of innovation? Challenges and experiences from communications to payment systems
- Business & Professional
- UCL Faculty of Laws, WC1H 0EG London
Social and Legal Philosophy
Colloquium Series 2014
From personal life to private law
Professor John Gardner
Professor of Jurisprudence, University of Oxford
Friday 2 May 2014, 4-7pm
Biography of the speaker
John Gardner FBA is Professor of Jurisprudence and a Fellow of University College. He was formerly Reader in Legal Philosophy at King's College London (1996-2000), Fellow and Tutor in Law at Brasenose College, Oxford (1991-6) and Fellow of All Souls College, Oxford (1986-91). He has also held visiting positions at Columbia University, Yale University, the University of Texas, Princeton University, the Australian National University and the University of Auckland. He serves on the editorial boards of numerous journals including the Oxford Journal of Legal Studies, Legal Theory, Law and Philosophy, and The Journal of Moral Philosophy. Called to the Bar in 1988, he has been a Bencher of the Inner Temple since 2002 (although he does not practice).
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