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Podcasts from the Foundation for Law, Justice and Society, an independent institution affiliated with Wolfson College and the Centre for Socio-Legal Studies at the University of Oxford. This course includes topics such as Max Watson Annual Lecture: Ethical Business Practice and Regulation, The Forgotten Flight: Terrorism, Diplomacy and the Pursuit of Justice, Free Speech: Ten Principles for a Connected World and so on.

Assessment

This course does not involve any written exams. Students need to answer 5 assignment questions to complete the course, the answers will be in the form of written work in pdf or word. Students can write the answers in their own time. Each answer needs to be 200 words (1 Page). Once the answers are submitted, the tutor will check and assess the work.

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Course Credit: University of Oxford

Course Curriculum

Module 01:
Transformative Constitutionalism and Socio-Economic Rights 00:49:00
Transformative Constitutionalism and Socio-Economic Rights Part 1 00:25:00
Transformative Constitutionalism and Socio-Economic Rights Part 2 00:22:00
FLJS and Aspen Institute Lecture: Detention without Trial in Wartime Britain 00:57:00
Courts, Legislatures, Administrators, and the Making of Social Policy 00:52:00
Contract, Obligation, Rights and Reciprocity in the New Modern Welfare State 00:58:00
If the Public Would be Outraged by Their Rulings, Should Judges Care? 00:47:00
Beyond the Third Way in Labour Law: Towards the Constitutionalization of Labour Law? 01:06:00
Justice after Atrocity: A Cosmopolitan Pluralist Approach 00:56:00
Equality in an Era of Responsibility 01:07:00
Human Rights and their Limitations: The Role of Proportionality 01:12:00
Module 02:
2009 Annual Lecture: Human rights and their limitations: the role of proportionality 00:59:00
FLJS part 1: Human Rights 00:03:00
FLJS part 2: Freedom of Speech 00:01:00
FLJS part 3: Criticisms and Answers: Proportionality vs. Strict Scrutiny 00:05:00
FLJS part 4: The Relationship between Political and Judicial Branches 00:05:00
FLJS part 5: Closing Remarks: Cases of Family Reunification and use of torture 00:06:00
FLJS part 6: Laws in times of peace and war 00:02:00
Politicizing Law, Judicializing Politics: A Realist Approach to Comparative Constitutionalism 00:52:00
The History of Modern Constitutionalism 00:41:00
The Role of Courts in a Democracy: Debate 01:41:00
The Indirect Origins of the Judicial Constitution: 2011 Annual Lecture in Law and Society 00:56:00
Module 03:
Norm Entrepreneurship – Theoretical and Methodological Challenges 00:17:00
Where do norms come from? 00:17:00
War, Law and the Cold War: Making the European Convention on Human Rights 00:13:00
Explaining the Momentum behind the Council of Europe’s Norm Entrepreneurship 00:17:00
Sixty Years of Normative Production in the Council of Europe: The Legal Nature, Elaboration, Challenges and Trends of the CoE Conventions 00:19:00
The Council of Europe and the death penalty: intergovernmental legitimation as enabling and constraining 00:18:00
The Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities: From Standard-Setting to Standard-Implementation 00:17:00
Hard Law, Soft Law and the Politics of Standards: Regulating Political Parties in Europe 00:16:00
From Conditionality to Disconnection-The Ambivalent Relationship between the Council of Europe and the European Union in the Field of Criminal Justice 00:15:00
The International ‘Responsibility to Protect’ and the ‘Responsibility to Rebuild’- A Dual Agenda 00:21:00
Module 04:
Keynote Speech 00:19:00
The Middle East Revolution: take 2, Constitutionalism 00:28:00
Will Constitutional Theocracy bloom after the Arab Spring? 00:43:00
Abbe Sieyes, Guttenberg, and Habermas: Constitutional Revolutions in Egypt and the Arab World 00:44:00
Europe on the Brink? Introduction and Historical Issues 00:28:00
Europe on the Brink? Political Issues 00:18:00
Europe on the Brink? Economic Issues 00:16:00
Europe on the Brink? Constitutional Issues 00:17:00
2012 Annual Lecture in Law and Society: The Strange History of the American Federal Bill of Rights: England, the United States and the Atlantic World 00:59:00
Constitutional Borrowing and other Hazards: The Islamic Republic and Transformations in Islamic Law 00:34:00
Redirecting Fleet Street: Introduction 00:02:00
Module 05:
Redirecting Fleet Street 1: The Failure of UK Press Accountability Systems 00:22:00
Redirecting Fleet Street: 2: Press Regulation: Taking Account of Media Convergence 00:17:00
Redirecting Fleet Street: 3: Tweets, Beaks and Hacks: Regulation and the Law in the Age of New Media Journalism 00:10:00
Redirecting Fleet Street 4: What Should Press Regulation Regulate? 00:23:00
Redirecting Fleet Street 5: Constitutionalising Media Power 00:21:00
The Place of Britain in a Future Europe 00:56:00
Are Courts Representative Bodies? 00:22:00
Are Courts Representative Bodies – a Canadian Perspective 00:13:00
New Questions in Regulation – Panel Discussion 00:51:00
New Questions in Regulation: Regulatory Capture Revisited 01:24:00
Module 06:
Economic Rights and Regulatory Regimes: Is there still a ‘right’ to water? Panel I 00:58:00
Economic Rights and Regulatory Regimes: Is there still a ‘right’ to water? Panel II 00:46:00
Economic Rights and Regulatory Regimes: Is there still a ‘right’ to water? Panel III 00:56:00
Economic Rights and Regulatory Regimes: Is there still a ‘right’ to water? Roundtable Discussion 01:04:00
Media Law after Leveson: Opening Remarks 00:27:00
Media Law after Leveson: Regulating the Press 00:46:00
Media Law after Leveson: Newsgathering, journalistic sources, and criminal investigations 00:15:00
Media Law after Leveson: The Sanctity of Press Partisanship 00:15:00
Media Law after Leveson: Public Interest 00:49:00
Media Law after Leveson: Closing Remarks 00:20:00
Media Law after Leveson: Newsgathering, data protection and source protection 00:18:00
Sharia law and Muslim legal mythology 00:42:00
Module 07:
Comparing Sharia with the Modern Constitutions 00:22:00
Pro-Women Legal Reform in Morocco: Is Religion an Obstacle? 00:29:00
Implementing “Sharia” in Syria’s liberated areas 00:21:00
Al-Azhar and Interpretation of Sharia in the New Egyptian Constitution 00:09:00
Annual Lecture in Law and Society: Law and Social Illusion 01:03:00
Sharia-guided family laws in Bangladesh: The Impact of the Constitution 00:13:00
First Annual Conference on Consumer ADR: Jacqueline Minor 00:44:00
National models, achieving full coverage, sources of funding, building business Support 00:44:00
How do Institutions Change? The Prospects for Law and Justice Priorities in the Post-2015 International Development Agenda 00:59:00
Machiavelli’s The Prince-500 Years On 00:50:00
Module 08:
The New Global Rulers: The Privatization of Regulation in the World Economy 00:57:00
Can We Save Countries from Economic Crises? Some lessons from IMF and EU experience over three decades 00:50:00
Shakespeare and the Lower Register of Constitutional Thought 01:22:00
The Critical Mass Marker Approach to Gender Quotas 00:33:00
Gender Quotas for Corporate Boards -The diffusion of a distinct national policy reform 00:26:00
Democratic Deficits and Gender Quotas: The Evolution of the Proposed EU Directive on Gender Balance on Corporate Boards 00:47:00
(In)formal Economies, Economies of Favour: The End of Transition? 01:08:00
Book Colloquium: Popular Representations of Development: Insights from Novels, Films, Television and Social Media 01:34:00
Social Media and the Culture of Connectivity 00:54:00
Reassessing the Civil Law Tradition: the Changing Role of the Judge Annual Lecture in Law & Society 2014 00:56:00
Module 09:
Early Resolution in Ombudsmen schemes 00:12:00
Ombudsman Service – Consumer Engagement 00:15:00
Where next for ombudsmen schemes? 00:15:00
Could Scotland Join the European Union? 00:53:00
Killing by Drones: The Legal and Public Policy Dimensions 00:53:00
Social Media: A Critical Introduction 00:18:00
We Steal Secrets: The Story of Wikileaks 00:19:00
The New Regulatory Space: Reframing Democratic Governance 00:41:00
Constitutional Instability : The Case of Central and Eastern Europe – The Break-Up of Nations: The Constitutional Dimensions Using Ukraine as a Case Study 00:41:00
Constitution Making – The Break-Up of Nations: The Constitutional Dimensions Using Ukraine as a Case Study 00:24:00
Module 10:
Successful Constitutions – The Break-Up of Nations: The Constitutional Dimensions Using Ukraine as a Case Study 00:35:00
Patent Policy in Genomics and Human Genetics: Epistemic Communities, Courts and the Democratic Shaping of Patent Law 00:25:00
Persepolis: Introductory talk by Kaveh Moussavi, Iranian human rights lawyer 00:23:00
Citizenship, Religious Rights and State Identity in Arab Constitutions: Who Is Free and What Are They Free to Do? 00:22:00
Social Media: Foundations of the Cyber-Society and the Role of Law 00:24:00
Max Watson Memorial Lecture: Hate Speech and Democratic Citizenship 00:43:00
William Browder on the State of Law in Putin’s Russia 01:12:00
Neoliberalism Workshop: Contradictions in liberal reforms: The regulation of labour subcontracting 00:27:00
The Neoliberal Construction of Modern Slavery: The Case of Migrant Domestic Workers 00:14:00
Neoliberalism as Analytical Starting Point: Possibilities and Problems 00:23:00
Module 11:
Neoliberalism, Trade Unions and the Labour Market: An overview of the core ideological claims 00:19:00
Neoliberalism workshop: Implications for future visions of work and organisation 00:24:00
Can The Referendum Be Democratic? Reflections On The Brexit Process 00:53:00
How Judges Decide 00:41:00
Populism and the Constitution: The Case of Britain in the Wake of the EU Referendum 00:23:00
From Locke on Toleration to the First Amendment 00:41:00
Introduction to Film Screening of Pablo Larrain’s NO 00:10:00
The Constitution in Crisis 2016 00:57:00
European Voices of Dissent and the Constitutional Consequences for the European Union 00:30:00
Beyond the Liberal Constitution: The United States – Taking the Bullying Pulpit 00:31:00
Module 12:
Constitutionalism without Consensus in Contemporary Turkey 00:17:00
Putney Debates 2017 – Session I: Parliament and the People 01:34:00
Putney Debates 2017 – Session II: Changing and Strengthening the Role of the People 01:27:00
Putney Debates 2017 – Session III: Parliament, the Executive, the Courts and the Rule of Law 01:30:00
Putney Debates 2017 – Session IV: Preserving the Liberal Constitution 01:26:00
The Will of the People? The History of Petitioning in Britain and Its Implications for Today 00:39:00
Free Speech: Ten Principles for a Connected World 00:49:00
The Forgotten Flight: Terrorism, Diplomacy and the Pursuit of Justice 00:53:00
Max Watson Annual Lecture: Ethical Business Practice and Regulation 01:02:00
Assessment
Submit Your Assignment 00:00:00
Certification 00:00:00

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