August 2016

University of Canterbury - Public Lecture by Professor Graham Virgo - University of Cambridge - NZLF's 2016 Distinguished Visiting Fellow


PROFESSOR GRAHAM VIRGO is visiting New Zealand during August as the New Zealand Law Foundation’s 2016 Distinguished Visiting Fellow.

Tues 2nd August, at 6pm, Professor Virgo will give a public lecture at the University of Canterbury titled “Justifying the Law of Restitution a case study in the nature of judging”.

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Professor Graham Virgo NZLF Distinguished Visiting Fellow 2016

Professor Virgo is a Professor of English Private Law in the Faculty of Law at the University of Cambridge. He writes and researches in the fields of Criminal Law; Equity and Trusts and the Law of Restitution. He has been a Fellow of Downing College since 1989, where he read Law as an undergraduate.

For more information read Professor Virgo’s University of Cambridge profile.

While in New Zealand he will be hosted by the Faculty of Law at the University of Otago and tour all law schools giving staff seminars and public lectures.

Further information about Professor Graham Virgo and his New Zealand public lectures and staff seminars planned for law schools

Each year the Law Foundation provides up to $40,000 towards the visit of the NZLF’s Distinguished Visiting Fellow