This year we are celebrating Oxford Scholarship Online (OSO) turning fifteen. As a part of this celebration we will be shining a spotlight on the different subject areas available on OSO every month.
Oxford University Press is committed to developing outstanding resources to support students, scholars, and practitioners in all areas of the law. The academic law list has a strong tradition of developing exceptional work across the full breadth of legal scholarship. Our publications range from the foundations of legal history and philosophy to analytic and comparative work on legal doctrine and empirical research on law in modern society. The programme continues to grow, with key texts in commercial law, arbitration, and private international law available in the Law module.
Delve in to this subject area with our selected reading list:
- 'Introduction' from Comparative Matters by Ran Hirschl
- 'Introduction' from Humans as a Service by Jeremias Prassl
- 'The Divisible College of International Lawyers' from Is International Law International? by Anthea Roberts
- 'The Financial System' from Principles of Financial Regulation by John Armour, Dan Awrey, et. al.
- 'Brexit and the Northern Ireland Question' from The Law & Politics of Brexit by Federico Fabbrini
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