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CLTDGThe CLTDG is a forum for discussing new and original research in legal, moral and political philosophy.

CLTDG meetings take place in an online format to increase the outreach of the Group around the globe. We follow a pre-read format. The links for the papers and the meetings are circulated via email in advance. CLTDG meetings are open to any member of the University, including visiting students and scholars. Postgraduates and academics from other countries and institutions are also welcome to attend. To get the links for meetings, please subscribe to our mailing list.

The CLTDG follows a pre-read format. The relevant papers together with the online meeting links will be circulated separately via email in advance.

You can find our Term Card for Lent 2024 online.

We have four meetings each term on a bi-weekly period. This Lent term, CLTDG meetings will normally take place on Thursdays at 5.00pm.

Lent 2024 Schedule

1 February, 5pm-6.30pm
Angelo Ryu & Trenton Sewell (Oxford): "Legal Perspectivalism and Legal Inferences"

15 February, 5pm-6.30pm
Omid Eliott Yeganeh (Oxford): "Tort and Punishment"

29 February, 5pm-6.30pm
Diego de Guadalupe Romero Rivero (Cambridge): "Populist Speech and Informal Legal Transformations"

14 March, 5pm-6.30pm
Sebastian Lewis (Surrey): "Grounding Equitable Powers"

Special event

6 March, 5pm-6.30pm
Dan Priel (Osgoode Hall): "TBC"

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Convenors for 2023-2024

Çağrı Gürkanlı, Dan Ward, Daniela Dias, Andreas Samartzis, Anna Lukina and Anna Peters