Timothy Endicott

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Timothy Endicott is a legal scholar and philosopher specializing in constitutional law and language and law.[1] He is a Professor of Legal Philosophy in the University of Oxford, and Fellow in Law at Balliol College.[2]

After attending Upper Canada College, Endicott studied English and Classics at Harvard. He then obtained a MPhil in Comparative Philology at Oxford University, and law degrees from University of Toronto and Oxford.

From October 2007 to September 2015, he served for two terms as the first Dean of the Oxford Faculty of Law.

Works include[edit]

Books[edit]

  • Vagueness and Law (Oxford University Press 2000).
  • Properties of Law: Essays in Honour of Jim Harris, with Joshua Getzler and Edwin Peel (Oxford University Press 2006)
  • Administrative Law, 4th edition (Oxford University Press 2018)

Articles[edit]

Law and Language

Lectures[edit]

Interpretation and the Rule of Law

References[edit]

  1. ^ Pothukuchi, Rohit K. "A SHIFT IN THE ATTITUDE OF EUROPEAN COURTS TOWARDS HUMAN RIGHTS LAW? AN INTERVIEW WITH PROF. TIMOTHY ENDICOTT, DEAN OF THE FACULTY OF LAW, OXFORD UNIVERSITY". harvardhrj.com. Harvard Human Rights Journal. Retrieved 1 February 2015.
  2. ^ "Timothy Endicott: Professor of Legal Philosophy". www.law.ox.ac.uk. University of Oxford Faculty of Law. Retrieved 1 February 2015.
Academic offices
New title Dean of the Faculty of Law, University of Oxford Succeeded by
Anne Davies