Stephen F. Copp

Law academic passionate to transform lives with solution based in faith, freedom & good governance.


Law academic passionate to transform lives with solutions based in faith, freedom & good governance

Main Influences and Research Themes

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Relaxing with a pina colada at Venice’s Hard Rock cafe

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Networking at the 2014 Cambridge International Symposium on Economic Crime

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Seldon Award

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Recognition and Impact

(1985) Called to the Bar of England and Wales by the Honourable Society of the Inner Temple

(2000) Speaking at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem with Bill Maughan on Economic Efficiency, The Role of Law, and the Old Testament at an international conference including Nobel prize-winner, Kenneth Arrow

(2000) Speaking at the launch of the European Centre for Corporate Governance as its then Director

(2000) Organiser of SPTL Company Law Section Workshop on Company Law Reform and Economic Methodology: Establishing Boundaries

(2001) Speaking at international conference on Who Really Owns the Company? at Cambridge University Faculty of Law, jointly supported by 3CL and the ECCG

(2004) Joint research with Kevin McGuinnness cited by New Zealand Court of Appeal in Latimer Holdings Ltd case

(2004) Awarded PhD for interdisciplinary research on The Early Development of Company Law in England and Wales

(2009) Received Seldon Award for Excellence (jointly) for The Legal Foundations of Free Markets

(2015) Chairing panel on the Environment at IEA Conference on Christianity, Politics, the poor and the Planet

(2015) Appointed as Visiting Professor in the School of Management & Social Sciences, St Mary’s University, London

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  • (2001) Speaking at international conference on Who Really Owns the Company?
  • (2004) Joint research with Kevin McGuinnness cited by New Zealand Court of Appeal
  • (2004) Awarded PhD for interdisciplinary research on The Early Development of Company Law in England and Wales
  • (2009) Received Seldon Award for Excellence (jointly) for The Legal Foundations of Free Markets
  • (2015) Chairing panel on the Environment at IEA Conference on Christianity, Politics, the poor and the Planet
  • (2015) Appointed as Visiting Professor in the School of Management & Social Sciences, St Mary’s University, London