Human Rights

Article — 29.07.2022

Surrogacy and the Significance of Gestation | Wadcast #2

Dr Mulligan considers medical law and ethics and their role in regulating assisted reproduction.

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Article — 14.06.2022

Diaries from Przemysl: Part Two

Wadham lecturer in Russian translates at a train station 10km from the Polish-Ukrainian border.

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Article — 31.05.2022

Diaries from Przemysl: Part One

Wadham lecturer in Russian translated at a train station 10km from the Polish-Ukrainian border.

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Article — 17.05.2022

Joshua Rozenberg Returns

Part of the 2022 Giving Day series, and hosted by two current law students, Joshua answers questions about his career.

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Article — 01.03.2022

Honorary Doctorate for Frank Berman

University of Cape Town honours Sir Frank Berman

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Article — 24.02.2022

Vaccine Equity

Wadham alumni discuss equitable access to vaccines

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Article — 09.02.2022

Welcoming Visiting Fellow Andrea Mulligan

To what extent does clinical negligence provide a legal mechanism for vindication of the rights of people who encounter errors in healthcare settings?

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Landing — 03.02.2022

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Article — 20.10.2020

Research by two Wadham Law Fellows has been cited at a landmark ruling by the Supreme Court of Canada.

Research by two Wadham Law Fellows has been cited at a landmark ruling by the Supreme Court of Canada.

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Article — 12.02.2019

Windrush – focusing on the individual

By telling individual stories of injustice, Wadham alumna and journalist Amelia Gentleman not only revealed the Windrush scandal, she forced action from Government.

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Article — 21.10.2017

Unintended discrimination

Police forces used to have a minimum height requirement. The stipulation made no mention of sex or gender. But it meant that fewer women could qualify to enter the force than men. So was that rule discriminatory?

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Article — 13.10.2015

Proof of Causation in Tort Law

If the law demanded that the victims of injuries prove what certainly caused their injuries, few would be able to obtain compensation. What rules should govern uncertainty over causation asks Wadham's Sandy Steel in his new book.

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