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Luke Price
LLB University College London (2009), LLM Cornell University Law School (2010)
MPhil/PhD Candidate
Research Topic: Collective Responsibility and the Responsibility of Corporations
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Luke Price joined the faculty in September 2011 as an MPhil/PhD candidate. His thesis examines the legitimacy of rendering legal sanctions against organisations, focusing on the concept of responsibility and the means through which groups can be considered collectively responsible for action. He seeks to answer the question of how the civil and criminal law should respond to the potential organisational responsibility of, for example, corporations, hospitals, or nation states.

Luke is supervised by Dr Sylvie Delacroix and Dr Marc Moore, and was awarded a three year Research Scholarship from the UCL Centre for Ethics & Law.

Prior to arriving at UCL for graduate research, Luke was a research associate and visiting lecturer at Birmingham Law School, responsible for teaching tort and criminal law. He has experience of pro bono practice in England and the United States, and is currently in the process of admission to the New York Bar.
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Jurisprudence & Legal Theory, Law and Ethics

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Research Interests

Ethics, Jurisprudence, Legal Theory

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