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UK Fellow, Law, elected in 1999

Professor Kevin Gray FBA

About this Fellow

Appointments

Current post

  • Emeritus Professor of Law, University of Cambridge; Fellow, Trinity College, Cambridge

Past Appointments

  • Fellow, Trinity College University of Cambridge, 1981 - 1990
  • Drapers Professor of Law, University of London, 1991 - 1993
  • Fellow, Trinity College University of Cambridge, 1993
  • Professor of Law, University of Cambridge, 1993
  • Emeritus Professor of Law; Fellow, Trinity College, Cambridge, University of Cambridge, 2015

Publications

Can environmental regulation constitute a taking of property at common law? Environmental and Planning Law Journal Vol 24 2007

Property in a Queue Property and Community 2010

There's No Place Like Home! Journal of South Pacific Law 2007 Vol 11

Recreational Property Modern Studies in Property Law 2011 Vol 6

Pedestrian democracy and the geography of hope Journal of Human Rights and the Environment 2010 Vol 1

Civil Rights, Civil Wrongs and Quasi-Public Space European Human Rights Law Review 1999 Vol 4

Regulatory property and the jurisprudence of quasi-public trust Sydney Law Review 2010 Vol 32

The rhetoric of realty Rationalizing Property, Equity and Trusts 2003

Property in thin air Cambridge Law J 1991

Equitable property Current legal problems 1994

Elements of land law 5th ed 2009

Other Law Fellows

Professor Christopher McCrudden

Human rights law; equality and discrimination; international and regional economic law and domestic social policy; comparative constitutional and public law; Northern Ireland constitutional developments

Professor Michael Freeman

Family law with particular emphasis on the law relating to children, and to issues of children's rights; and medicine, ethics and the law, with a particular focus on medically assisted reproduction

Professor James Gordley

The historical development of the civil law and its influence on the common law; the reappraisal of modern private law through the use of comparative and historical methods