Hogan Lovells Professor of Law and Finance
John will be on sabbatical during Michaelmas Term 2017 and Hilary Term 2018.
John has published widely in the fields of company law, corporate finance, and corporate insolvency. His main research interest lies in the integration of legal and economic analysis.
Associate Professor of Law and Finance
Dan’s teaching and research interests include financial regulation and the micro-economics of corporate transactions. Before entering academia, he served as legal counsel to a global asset management firm.
Course Administrator, MLF
Catherine provides administrative support for the MLF programme. Duties cover all aspects of course administration and admissions, including: admissions; student records; teaching timetable and materials; course assessments; supporting the MLF Course Committee; and examinations.
Allen & Overy Professor of Corporate Law
Professor Enriques is the Allen & Overy Professor of Corporate Law, in association with Jesus College. His wide body of scholarship has been particularly influential in relation to the development of corporate and securities law at the European level.
Pinsent Masons Professor of Taxation Law
Judith has been Professor of Taxation Law at Oxford University since 2001 and is also director of Legal Research at the Oxford University Centre for Business Taxation.
Professor of Commercial Law
Louise specialises in Commercial Law and the law of Debt Finance, and is a tutor at Harris Manchester College. Before joining Oxford’s Law Faculty, she practised at the Commercial Bar in chambers at 3 Gray’s Inn Place (now 3 Verulam Buildings) and remains an associate member there.
Senior Research Fellow in Finance
Howard Jones joined the Saïd Business School in 2003 after a fifteen-year career in investment banking. He previously worked at Deutsche Bank and at BNP Paribas.
Peter Moores Professor of Management Studies
Colin has been at the Saïd Business School since 1994. He has built an international reputation within the field of finance, has published on corporate finance, taxation and governance, and on the regulation of financial markets.
MLF Senior Administrator
Leads the administrative team for the MLF programme and other postgraduate taught courses delivered by the Faculty of Law.
Professor of Finance
Alan Morrison worked for six years in management consultancy and investment banking before taking his doctorate in oxford. Since 2000, he has been a University Lecturer at the Saïd Business school and a Fellow of Merton College.
Events, Careers and Alumni Officer, MLF
Clare manages alumni relations and careers support for incoming, current and former students of the MSc in Law and Finance, with overall responsibility for Faculty events within the MLF subject group. Clare works part-time, from Mondays to Wednesdays.
Professor in Corporate Finance Law
Jennifer qualified as a solicitor at Herbert Smith and then lectured at Cambridge before joining the Oxford Law Faculty. She writes widely in the field of corporate law, with a particular interest in capital markets regulation and equity financing.
Reader in Finance
Oren’s finance research focuses on a range of issues – market transparency, taxation, insolvency and quantitative measures of legal innovation. He is currently working with Alex Guembel on sovereign debt and financial crisis.
Kristin van Zwieten
Clifford Chance Associate Professor in Law and Finance
Kristin’s research and teaching interests include corporate insolvency law, and law and financial development in emerging economies. Prior to her academic career, she trained as a solicitor in an Australian corporate law firm.