Jonathan Herring . Jonathan Herring

Jonathan Herring

Exeter College/Law Faculty (Oxford University)

  • studied law at Hertford College, Oxford University before training as a solicitor;
  • took Bachelor of Civil Law (BCL) at Oxford;
  • taught at Oxford and Cambridge, before taking up fellowship at Exeter.

At Exeter, he teaches Criminal Law, Family Law and Medical Law and Ethics for the BA degree in Jurisprudence.

On the BCL course, he teaches on the Children Families and the State and Medical Law and Ethics papers.

He also supervises DPhil students.  Topics he has supervised cover everything from rights for girls, to ownership of bodily material; from care of older people, to mental capacity.

Some Selected publications:

  • Domestic Abuse and Human Rights(October 2020)
  • Women’s Birthing Bodies and the Law: Unauthorised Intimate Examinations, Power and Vulnerability(November 2020)
  • Vulnerable Adults and the Law(OUP, 2017)
  • Caring and the Law(Hart, 2013)
  • Criminal Law(OUP, 2017)
  • Medical Law and Ethics(OUP, 2016)
  • Family Law(Pearson, 2017)
  • How to argue (Pearson, 2010)

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