The UCL Legal Philosophy Forum (ULPF)
The transfer of rights: A final nail in the coffin for the Hohfeldian analysis of property rights?
Professor James Penner
(National University of Singapore)
on Monday 9 June 2014 18:00-19:30
UCL Law Faculty
Bentham House, Endsleigh Gardens
London WC1H 0EG
About the UCL Legal Philosophy Forum
Founded in 2009 by Dr. Prince Saprai and Dr. George Letsas, the ULPF is a forum for academics and researchers to present contemporary work in legal philosophy. Inspired by the rich legacy of legal philosophy at UCL, it aims to create a community of legal theorists by inviting academics and researchers to present and discuss draft papers in legal philosophy. The forum welcomes papers on any theoretical aspect of law. Meetings start with a presentation of 30 minutes by the speaker, followed by discussion, wine and nibbles.
Faculty Advisors: Dr. George Letsas and Dr. Prince Saprai.
Co-Conveners: Alex Green and Simon Palmer
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