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SCLP Seminar: Hillary Nye (Alberta)

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University of Surrey School of Law

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Surrey Centre for Law and Philosophy seminar by Hillary Nye (Alberta)

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The Surrey Centre for Law and Philosophy invites you to a seminar to be delivered by Hillary Nye (Alberta). The seminar is scheduled to take place in person.

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Hillary Nye is an Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Law at the University of Alberta. Her research is in legal philosophy, focusing particularly on issues of jurisprudential methodology, philosophical pragmatism, and the Rule of Law. She holds a doctorate (JSD) and a masters (LLM) from New York University School of Law, as well as a BA and LLB from The University of Queensland, Australia. Most recently, before joining U of A Law, she was a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Law Department of the London School of Economics and Political Science, where she taught jurisprudence. Her publications include peer-reviewed articles in the Oxford Journal of Legal Studies and the Canadian Journal of Law and Jurisprudence.

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University of Surrey School of Law

Frank Whittle Building (AB)

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GU2 7XH

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The Surrey Centre for Law and Philosophy is committed to the idea that the study of law is deepened when grounded in philosophical principle, and philosophy is of greater benefit to society when relevant to pressing practical and legal issues. The Centre’s members consist not only of legal theorists, but also of lawyers with philosophical training and philosophers with interests in legal questions—all of whom are invested in an interdisciplinary and collaborative approach to research. Our home is the University of Surrey School of Law.

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