Oxford Centre for the Study of Law & Public Policy Joins Law Research Centers Papers

We are pleased to announce Oxford Centre for the Study of Law & Public Policy has started a Law Research Centers Papers series within the Legal Scholarship Network (LSN).

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OXFORD CENTRE FOR THE STUDY OF LAW & PUBLIC POLICY RESEARCH PAPER SERIES
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The Oxford Centre, which houses several specialists, who have been Visiting Fellows at the University of Oxford, was established in the United Kingdom in order to: (1) provide research and examine the history, legal principles, and public policies that underlie the international rule of law, international law, international relations, human rights, global economics, the global provision of healthcare, and related subjects; (2) make recommendations on how to improve each of the aforementioned areas and to educate the public regarding them; (3) organise and sponsor forums where subject matter experts on the foregoing topics may gather to discuss ways to improve the laws and public policies applicable to each subject area; and (4) draft and produce books, notes, papers, and pamphlets that capture the suggestions for improvement and to disseminate them for consideration by governments, academics, public interest groups, and others throughout the world.


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Posted 1/29/16