From: Jason W Neyers <>
To: obligations <>
Date: 04/02/2022 16:26:08 UTC
Subject: ODG: MSPL Conference | Inaugural Lecture (McFarlane) | Equity Conference

Dear Colleagues:


Please see information below about three forthcoming events, each supported by the Faculty of Law at the University of Oxford, for which registration is now open. All have the option for remote attendance.




Modern Studies in Property Law Conference 2022

29-31st March 2022: St John’s College, Oxford and online

At the conference, property law scholars and practitioners from around the globe will come together to discuss all aspects of property, and related topics, in the common law tradition, including real property, personal property, and trusts. Keynote lectures will be delivered by The Rt Hon Lord Sales JSC, Professor Jeremy Waldron (NYU), and Professor Sarah Green (Commissioner for Commercial and Common Law, Law Commission). Further information and details on how to register can be found here.


Inaugural lecture, Faculty of Law, University of Oxford

Ben McFarlane, Professor of English Law: “The Persistence of Equity: Lessons from the Trust”

Chair: Lord Burrows JSC

5pm Thursday 31st March 2022


This inaugural lecture will be given in person at the Faculty of Law, to be followed by a drinks reception, and will also be live online. Tickets are free but registration is required for both in person and remote attendance. For full details and to register, please click here. The lecture will also be recorded.


Equity: 150 Years After the Judicature Reforms

1-2 April 2022, St John’s College, Oxford and online


The conference marks the sesquicentennial of the principal Judicature legislation. However, its focus is on equity as it now stands rather than its historical development. The conference will take place at St John’s College, Oxford on Friday 1 and Saturday 2 April 2022. The speakers include leading private law scholars from across the common law world, as well as judges and practitioners well known in this field. The conference will take place both in person and online. For full details, including a programme and registration details, please click here.






Jason Neyers
Professor of Law
Faculty of Law
Western University
Law Building Rm 26
t. 519.661.2111 (x88435)


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