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Dr Simon Cooper LL.B, LL.M, M.Phil, Ph.D

Dr Simon Cooper, LL.B, LL.M, M.Phil, Ph.D

Centre Fellow


Biography:

Dr Simon Cooper, LLB, LLM, MPhil, PhD, Attorney, is Reader in Property Law at Oxford Brookes University, having formerly taught at Durham University and Cardiff University and, after being called to the New York bar, as Visiting Professor at Stetson University. His doctoral thesis was on comparative registration of title with a focus on rectification and indemnity; his current research concentrates on that topic. In addition, he is also writing on administration of Crown land in Commonwealth countries, building on his experience of advising civil servants and law firms on this area in the Caribbean. He has advised overseas land registry on reforms and is currently consultant to an overseas law reform commission on inheritance reforms. He is the convenor for the property and trusts division of the Society of Legal Scholars.

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Centre Fellows speak at E-conveyancing conference in Ireland

Apr 08, 2017

Simon Cooper, Rod Thomas and Martin Dixon present papers at the NUI Galway Title Registration and E-Conveyancing Conference 2017

MSPL Workshop 10 April 2017

Apr 05, 2017

The Centre will be hosting a one-day workshop on April 10th 2017 at Queens' College

Property Bar Association Day Conference on Land law

Sep 21, 2016

The PBA is holding a mini-conference on Real Property: New perspectives. November 8th, London. To include discussion of land registration, commercial constructive trusts, mortgages, covenants, Coventry v Lawrence and more. Click for further details

New Centre Fellow

Sep 07, 2016

Professor Sergio Nasarre-Aznar joins the Centre. Professor Nazarre completed his M.Phil at Cambridge (Cantab) and is an expert on European property law.

Seminar on Updating the LRA 2002

Jun 01, 2016

CCPL, the Cambridge Centre for Private Law and the Society of Legal Scholars host seminar on Updating the Land Registration Act 2002

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