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Changing the face of legal theory // Championing female-led scholarship in analytic philosophy and jurisprudence // inaugural season generously funded by Newcastle University // Dr Emilia Mickiewicz - Newcastle University & Aleksandra Wawrzyszczuk - Graduate Division, NYU Law School (LLM Candidate '21) // To support our mission, buy us a coffee: https://ko-fi.com/justtheory

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Changing the face of legal theory // Championing female-led scholarship in analytic philosophy and jurisprudence // inaugural season generously funded by Newcastle University // Dr Emilia Mickiewicz - Newcastle University & Aleksandra Wawrzyszczuk - Graduate Division, NYU Law School (LLM Candidate '21) // To support our mission, buy us a coffee: https://ko-fi.com/justtheory

    On the Legal Constitution of Social Data (Salome Viljoen, Michigan)

    On the Legal Constitution of Social Data (Salome Viljoen, Michigan)

    In this episode, we are speaking with Salomé Viljoen, an Assistant Professor of Law at the University of Michigan Law School, where she studies the information economy, particularly data about people and the automated systems that are trained on such data.Salomé is interested in how information law structures inequality and how alternative legal arrangements might address that inequality.We discuss the concept of privacy, creating a cohesive data framework and legal interests in the data land...

    • 1 hr
    On the anatomy of justice (Prof Regina Schouten, Harvard)

    On the anatomy of justice (Prof Regina Schouten, Harvard)

    In this episode, we are speaking with Regina Schouten, Professor of Philosophy at Harvard University, where she researches the areas of social and political philosophy and ethics. Her most sustained research projects concern political liberalism and political legitimacy, educational justice, and the gendered division of labor.We discuss the importance of choice of normative principles in the democratic order, the role of equality in theories of justice, and wide-ranging perspectives on ...

    • 1 hr 5 min
    On Trust and Judicial Patterns (Dr Raquel Barradas de Freitas, Oxford)

    On Trust and Judicial Patterns (Dr Raquel Barradas de Freitas, Oxford)

    In this episode, we speak with Dr Raquel Barradas de Freitas, who currently works as a Law Clerk to the President of the Portuguese Constitutional Court and as Lecturer in Jurisprudence at Trinity College, Oxford. Raquel’s primary research interests are in general jurisprudence with a focus on interpretation, practical and theoretical reasoning, judicial decision making and, in particular, the justification of judicial decisions.In this episode we talk about the validity of tech-powered predi...

    • 1 hr 20 min
    On judicial virtue (Prof Amalia Amaya Navarro, UNAM and Edinburgh)

    On judicial virtue (Prof Amalia Amaya Navarro, UNAM and Edinburgh)

    In this episode, we are speaking with Amalia Amaya Navarro, Research Professor at the National Autonomous University of Mexico and British Academy Global Professor at the University of Edinburgh, where she works primarily in philosophy of law, with a particular focus on legal reasoning and epistemology, theories of justice, and international normative theory. We discuss virtue ethics, reflect on Dworkinian Hercules and consider new and old perspectives on virtuous judicial decision...

    • 1 hr 13 min
    On things lost and found in legal translation (Prof McAuliffe, Birmingham)

    On things lost and found in legal translation (Prof McAuliffe, Birmingham)

    In this episode, we had the privilege of speaking with Karen McAuliffe, Professor in Law and Language at University of Birmingham, whose principal area of research focuses on the relationship between law, language and translation in the EU legal order.We talk about the structure of decision making in EU courts, and all that is lost and found in translation of judicial opinions.Please engage with Professor McAuliffe's inspiring scholarship by visiting: - www.llecj.karenmcauliffe.com (to l...

    • 1 hr 14 min
    Just Theory - Changing the Face of Legal Theory // time for Season 2!

    Just Theory - Changing the Face of Legal Theory // time for Season 2!

    Welcome back to Just Theory! Season 2 is almost here. Some pretty exciting news in this episode, too…Don't forget to subscribe - we are only getting started.Changing the face of legal theory // Championing female-led scholarship in analytic legal philosophy and jurisprudence // inaugural season generously funded by Newcastle University // Dr Emilia Mickiewicz - Newcastle University & Aleksandra Wawrzyszczuk - Graduate Division, NYU Law School (LLM Candidate '21)Buy us a coffee: https...

    • 23 min

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