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Stephen Guest

Stephen Guest, Barrister (Inner Temple) and Barrister and Solicitor (N.Z High Court), is the Professor of Legal Philosophy at the University College London Faculty of Laws.

Education

Guest obtained his BA in Philosophy (1971) and his LLB at the University of Otago, his BLitt at University College, Oxford (1978) under Professor Ronald Dworkin, and his Ph.D. at University College London (1991).

Works

Amongst his major work is his account of Ronald Dworkin's legal, political and moral philosophy in Ronald Dworkin, Stanford University Press, 2012.

External links

  • UCL Faculty of Laws-Stephen Guest
  • Personal Webpage
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