Author Archives: Marjan

Celebrating a centenary for women in the law

To mark the centenary of Olive Clapham becoming the first woman to pass the English Bar Finals, the Law School’s legal history research cluster welcomed an international audience to Diversity, Dilemmas and Discoveries: Researching the history of women in the … Continue reading

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Law in Motion: 50 Years of Legal Change

This book is a celebration of 50 Years of The Open University written by members of The Open University Law School. We are pleased to offer it open access and free to download as a complete book or individual chapters. … Continue reading

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Judging Brexit – What Would Llewellyn and Hart say about Miller 2

In our ongoing Judging Brexit series, our Research Fellow, Marjan Ajevski, has a talk with David Dennis, a Lecturer at the Law School, on what the early Realists would say about the Miler 2. The inspiration for the chat was … Continue reading

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Judging Brexit – an ongoing series on things law and Brexit

The OU Law School is starting a series on Judging Brexit, where various academics from the Law School, and its sister faculty the Business School, have a conversation about all things legal and Brexit. Last week, Professor Simon Lee and … Continue reading

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International Law at the Fulcrum

Marjan Ajevski, Research Fellow in Law   In early July, 22 countries, all from the West, sent a letter to the UN Commission on Human Rights condemning the treatment of the Uyghur minority at the hands of the Chinese government. … Continue reading

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Desire Lines

Dr Robert Herian Senior Lecturer in Law, The Open University*    In human effort, the only source of energy is desire.  It is not in a person’s nature to desire what he already has.  Desire is a tendency, the start … Continue reading

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