Professor Dame Sarah Worthington FBA
Commercial and corporate law, with special emphasis on commercial equity
- UK Fellow
Sarah Worthington, QC (Hon), Barrister, is the Downing Professor of the Laws of England, a Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, and the Director of the Cambridge Private Law Centre, a centre she established jointly on her arrival in Cambridge. She has written several books and many articles, especially on equity, personal property law and company law. She holds visiting appointments in Australia, China and Hong Kong, and has worked with law reform bodies in the UK, US, Europe and Australia. She was President of the Society of Legal Scholars in 2007-8, and is currently a Bencher of Middle Temple and an Academic Member of South Square Chambers, Gray’s Inn. She was awarded a DBE in 2020.
Downing Professor of the Laws of England, University of Cambridge; Fellow, Trinity College, Cambridge
University of Cambridge Downing Professor of the Laws of England
Sep 2011 -
Equity and Property: Fact, Fantasy and Morals
by Sarah Worthington - Published in 2009
Professor Michael Freeman FBA
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 Neil Walker FBA
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.