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UK Fellow, Law, elected in 2006

Professor Hugh Collins FBA

Law
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About this Fellow

Current research interests include an assessment of the effect of fundamental rights on private law, the fundamental moral justifications for laws against indirect discrimination, the impact of the European Union on national private law systems, and the legal structure of the contract of employment.

Website: http://www.all-souls.ox.ac.uk/people.php?personid=2204

Appointments

Current post

  • Vinerian Professor of English Law and Fellow, All Souls College, Oxford

Past Appointments

  • Fellow, Brasenose College, Brasenose College University of Oxford, 1976 - 1990
  • Professor of English Law, London School of Economics, London School of Economics and Political Science University of London, 1991 - 2013
  • Professor of English Law, London School of Economics, London School of Economics and Political Science University of London, 1991
  • Vinerian Professor of English Law and Fellow, All Souls College, Oxford, 2013

British Academy Appointments

  • Member of Council, 2010 - 2013

Publications

Employment Law 2010 2nd edn

1970

The European Civil Code 2008

1970

Marxism and Law 1982

1970

Justice in Dismissal 1992

1970

Regulating Contracts 1999

1970

Other Law Fellows

Professor David Garland

Social theory; the sociology of punishment and control; historical and comparative analysis of legal institutions; the history and sociology of welfare states; sociology of law; criminological theory

Professor John Langbein

English, European & American legal history; comparative law, with particular attention to modern German civil & criminal procedure; Anglo-American equity, trust, pension & employee benefit law.

Professor Neil Walker

The constitutional basis of transnational legal orders, with particular reference to the European Union; the impact of globalisation on law; the relationship between law & security.

Professor Michael Bridge

General contract law and transactional commercial law, both national and transnational; commercial credit, proprietary security and insolvency; interests in tangible and intangible personal property