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Read more at: CELS/USC Virtual Antitrust Workshop Series: 'Competition Law Remedies in the Digital Economy: A New Approach'

CELS/USC Virtual Antitrust Workshop Series: 'Competition Law Remedies in the Digital Economy: A New Approach'

Speaker: Dr Maria Ioannidou (Queen Mary University of London) Title: 'Competition Law Remedies in the Digital Economy: A New Approach' To register your interest for this event please contact Professor Oke Odudu ( oo201@cam.ac.uk ).


Read more at: Talking Animals, Law and Philosophy event: 'Canis unfamiliaris: Species Stories and Species Categories'

Talking Animals, Law and Philosophy event: 'Canis unfamiliaris: Species Stories and Species Categories'

Please join us for our next event in the Talking Animals, Law & Philosophy series. Speaker: Mariam Motamedi-Fraser (Reader in Sociology, Goldsmiths University of London) All events take place on Zoom from 5-6.30pm (UK time). They are free and open to all. For more information about the Talking Animals series and to...


Read more at: Talking Animals, Law and Philosophy event: 'The Rise and Fall of Animal Experimentation'

Talking Animals, Law and Philosophy event: 'The Rise and Fall of Animal Experimentation'

Please join us for our next event in the Talking Animals, Law & Philosophy series. Speaker: Richard Miller (Professor Emeritus of Pharmacology, Northwestern University) All events take place on Zoom from 5-6.30pm (UK time). They are free and open to all. For more information about the Talking Animals series and to...


Read more at: Talking Animals, Law and Philosophy event: 'The Fly in the Ointment: The Problem and Promise of Insect Law and Ethics'

Talking Animals, Law and Philosophy event: 'The Fly in the Ointment: The Problem and Promise of Insect Law and Ethics'

Please join us for our next event in the Talking Animals, Law & Philosophy series. Speaker: Rajesh Reddy (Assistant Professor of Law and Animal Law Program Director, Lewis & Clark Law School) All events take place on Zoom from 5-6.30pm (UK time). They are free and open to all. For more information about the Talking...


Read more at: Talking Animals, Law & Philosophy book launch: 'More Equal Than Others: Humans and the Rights of Other Animals (OUP 2024)'

Talking Animals, Law & Philosophy book launch: 'More Equal Than Others: Humans and the Rights of Other Animals (OUP 2024)'

Please join us for our next event in the Talking Animals, Law & Philosophy series. Speaker: Raffael Fasel (Affiliated Lecturer in Law, University of Cambridge, and Co-Director, Cambridge Centre for Animal Rights Law) All events take place on Zoom from 5-6.30pm (UK time). They are free and open to all. For more...


Read more at: Cambridge Legal Theory Discussion Group (CLTDG): 'Nietzsche and Exclusive Legal Positivism'

Cambridge Legal Theory Discussion Group (CLTDG): 'Nietzsche and Exclusive Legal Positivism'

Speaker: Robert Craig (Bristol) In an article published in the Notre Dame Law Review (‘On the incoherence of legal positivism’) in 2000, John Finnis explicitly connected exclusive legal positivism to the philosophy of Friedrich Nietzsche. “Today the promoters of this radical kind of ‘exclusive positivism’ are the followers, conscious or unconscious, of Nietzsche or of others who like him reduce ethics and normative political or legal theory to a search for the "genealogy," the historical (perhaps partly or wholly physiological) sources of ethical, political, or legal standards.” You can find the links to Robert’s paper and to the meeting below: The Paper: https://bit.ly/cltdg-craig-paper The Zoom link: https://bit.ly/cltdg-easter24-4 Everyone is welcome to attend. Sessions are pre-read. You can follow us on Twitter: https://bit.ly/cambridgeltdg or check out our web-page: https://bit.ly/cltdgweb


Read more at: Cambridge Legal Theory Discussion Group (CLTDG): 'Conceptual Analysis for Metaphysical Projects'

Cambridge Legal Theory Discussion Group (CLTDG): 'Conceptual Analysis for Metaphysical Projects'

Speaker: Tsampika Taralli (Edinburgh) Abstract: Despite the continuous discussions about Conceptual Analysis (CA), its epistemological and thus methodological role remains a mystery. How can we know the nature of law through the study of the concept of law? The prevalent answer is that we can know the nature of law through...


Read more at: Cambridge Legal Theory Discussion Group (CLTDG): 'Knowing That We Know Best'

Cambridge Legal Theory Discussion Group (CLTDG): 'Knowing That We Know Best'

Speaker: Andreas Vassiliou (Oxford) Abstract: We all have reasons for our decisions. But how do our decisions affect our reasons, if at all? This article draws on the literature on the normativity of authoritative directives to provide a new account of the practical imprint of decisions. It starts off by examining the...


Read more at: Cambridge Legal Theory Discussion Group (CLTDG): 'The Legality of Sports and Leagues Reconsidered'

Cambridge Legal Theory Discussion Group (CLTDG): 'The Legality of Sports and Leagues Reconsidered'

Speaker: Jorge Luis Fabra-Zamora (Buffalo) Many writers in the flourishing field of the jurisprudence of sports argue that sports and leagues are types of law. This article critically examines this view. The argument begins by criticizing the two main considerations supporting sports’ putative legal character, which I name...


Read more at: CELS/USC Virtual Antitrust Workshop Series: “Politics and the Passage of the Sherman Act”

CELS/USC Virtual Antitrust Workshop Series: “Politics and the Passage of the Sherman Act”

Speaker : Professor Dale Collins (Georgetown University Law Centre) Title : 'Politics and the Passage of the Sherman Act' To register your interest for this event please contact Professor Oke Odudu ( oo201@cam.ac.uk ).