Professor Rebecca Williams

Tutor in Law, Blackstone-Heuston Fellow, Associate Professor of Law
Subjects: 
Law

Rebecca was previously a fellow of Robinson College, Cambridge, having done her PhD at Birmingham. Before that she was both an undergraduate and a BCL student at Worcester College, Oxford. 

Her work has been cited in the European Court of Justice, the Supreme Court and Court of Appeal of England and Wales, and the High Court of Australia.

Teaching activities

Rebecca teaches Criminal Law and Administrative Law as well as lecturing on EU Remedies Jurisprudence

Detailed Biography

College Function

  • Fellow and Tutor in Law

Member of:

  • Governing Body
  • Tutors' Committee

Teaching Activities

Criminal Law, Administrative Law

Research Interests

  • Criminal Law (including EC Criminal Law)
  • Public Law (including EU public law and comparative approaches)
  • The interrelationship between public law and unjust enrichment

Relevant Links

http://www.law.ox.ac.uk/profile/rebecca_a.williams

College & university roles and committees

Rebecca is currently Director of Undergraduate Studies in the Faculty of Law

Research interests

Rebecca's research interests include:

- Criminal Law (including EU criminal law)

- Public Law (including EU public law and comparative approaches)

- The interrelationship between public law and unjust enrichment

Publications

For a full list of publications, please see http://www.law.ox.ac.uk/profile/rebecca_a.williams