Posts by Dr Stephen Copp


Speaking today at Cambridge University’s delightful St Catharine’s College at the Relational Academics Network 2016 Symposium. The conference theme was “Critical Perspectives on Substantive and Methodological Individualisms” and my paper “Economic and Relational Perspectives on Corporate Law: Conflict, Convergence or Commonality”. Here’s my abstract....

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Faced with growing illiberalism towards the Christian Church, Dr Stephen Copp argues that it is time for the Church to jettison its implicit support for the three main political parties. Correspondingly, the Church should abandon its equally implicit expectation that the coercive powers of the state will be used to do its job for it in social and moral matters. Instead, the Church should promote freedom and limited government and show...

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Today I was called to the Bar of England and Wales by the Honourable Society of the Inner Temple, London. The Call Procedure was: 6.00p.m.   Callees plus two guests meet in Parliament Chamber for Sherry with Masters of the Bench, who will be gowned. Enter by Benchers’ Entrance opposite 1 Paper Buildings 6.30p.m.   Callees robe and go to Hall (allows time to explain Call procedure) 6.45p.m.  Masters of Bench retire to Smoking Room....

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