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Bamforth, Nicholas
Nicholas Bamforth (UK), University Lecturer in Law, Oxford University

Fellow in Law, The Queen's College, Oxford; University Lecturer [= Associate Professor, but with tenure] in Law, Oxford University, 1999 to date. Hauser Global Research Fellow, NYU, 2003-4. Previously: Cambridge University 1996-9; University College London 1994-6. Degrees: BCL, MA (Oxon), both First Class.

Research and teaching interests lie in public (constitutional and administrative) law, human rights law, anti-discrimination law and philosophy of law.

Books to date: Sexuality, Morals and Justice (London, Cassell, 1997); Public Law in a Multi-layered Constitution (ed. with P. Leyland, Oxford, Hart, 2003). Articles in Law Quarterly Review, Cambridge Law Journal, Public Law, Modern Law Review. Cited in Aston Cantlow PCC v. Wallbank [2001] EWCA Civ 713 (English Court of Appeal). Currently completing work on textbooks for Oxford University Press (human rights law) and Thomson/Sweet & Maxwell (comparative UK/European anti-discrimination law; co-authors G.Bindman & M.Malik) and on a monograph for Hart Publishing on property and the public law-private law distinction. Also editor of the 2002 series of Oxford Amnesty Lectures concerning human rights, gender and sexuality (forthcoming, Oxford University Press, 2004).

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