Thursday, August 9, 2007

Five Legal Scholars Elected to the British Academy

The British Academy press release is here.  The new Ordinary Fellows are:  Andrew Burrows (commercial law, restitution, torts) at Oxford University; Ross Cranston (commercial law and history of commercial law) at the London School of Economics; Anthony Ogus (economic analysis of law) at the University of Manchester; and Genevra Richardson (law and psychiatry, administrative law, prison law) at King's College London.  The new Corresponding Fellow is Peter Cane (law of obligations, administrative law, legal theory) of the Australian National University (who also taught for twenty years at Oxford before moving to the ANU in 1997).

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