LLM Programme

Visiting Professor

Dan Prentice held the Allen & Overy Professorship of Corporate Law at the Faculty of Law, University of Oxford, providing leadership in teaching and research at the highest level in the law governing corporate associations. Professor Prentice has been teaching Company Law, Corporate Insolvency and Corporate Finance, he combines this with a mainly advisory practice at Erskine Chambers. He is a member of both the Law Society's Committee on Company Law and the Law Society's Committee on Insolvency Law.

Selected Publications:

  • Joint General Editor of Buckley on the Companies Acts
  • Assistant Editor of The Law Quarterly Review
  • Contributor to Gower, Company Law (5th ed.)
  • Editor, Chitty on Contracts (28th ed.)

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