Timothy Endicott

timothy endicott
2020 - present Vinerian Professor of English Law, and Fellow at All Souls College
1999 - 2020 Fellow in Law, Balliol College, Oxford 
1997 DPhil in Law, University of Oxford (1997);
1988 LLB, University of Toronto
1985 MPhil in Comparative Philology, University of Oxford
1983 AB, Harvard College

 

'What Use has Approved’ (2020) Ratio – https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/rati.12263
‘How Judges Make Law’, in Fisher, King, and Young eds, The Foundations and Future of Public Law (OUP 2020)
Administrative Law 4th edn (OUP 2018)
'The Public Trust' in Criddle, Fox-Decent, Gold, Kim, and Miller eds, Fiduciary Government (CUP 2018)
'Law and Language' (2016) Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy

 

For further publications, see https://www.law.ox.ac.uk/people/timothy-endicott

I work on the doctrine and the theory of United Kingdom constitutional and administrative law, and on the philosophy of law. I have written about the constitutional law of India, Canada, and the United States, and about human rights law. I have particular interests in legal interpretation and in the relations between adjudication and the law.

  • BA in Jurisprudence: Constitutional Law, Administrative Law, Civil Dispute Resolution
  • BCL, Jurisprudence and Political Theory 
  • BPhil, Philosophy of Law