Dr Jamie Murray BA (Hons), MA, PhD, PGCertEd, Solicitor of the Supreme Court
Contact Details -
Address: Redmonds Building, Brownlow Hill, Liverpool L3 5UG
Telephone: +44 (0) 151 231 3906
Jamie Murray teaches Property Law on the LLB and is Module Leader for Equity & Trusts.
On the LLM he teaches 'Global Finance Law' and the 'Researching International Business Law' modules.
He is cohort tutor for Year 2 Full-Time LLB students.
Research Interests -
Post-structuralist legal theory; global finance law.
Deleuze & Guattari: Emergent Law, Routledge, London, forthcoming.
‘Deleuze & Guattari and Criminology’, in New Directions for Criminology, Patrick Van Calster and Ronnie Lippens (eds.), Maklu Publishing, Antwerp, 2009
‘Complexity Theory & Socio-Legal Studies; Coda: Liverpool Law’, (2008) Liverpool Law Review, 29, 227-246
‘Introduction: Deleuze & the Semiotics of Law’ (with Ronnie Lippens), Editors’ Introduction to Special Issue (2007) 20 of International Journal for the Semiotics of the Law
‘Deleuze & Guattari’s Intensive & Pragmatic Semiotic of Emergent Law’ (2007) 20 of International Journal for the Semiotics of the Law, p 7-32
‘If I Had Not Had Done With Law I Would Not Be Doing Jurisprudence’, with Ronnie Lippens, Editors’ Introduction to special issue of International Journal for Semiotics of the Law (2007) 20
‘Deleuze & Guattari’s Intensive & Pragmatic Semiotic of Emergent Law’ International Journal for Semiotics of the Law (2007) 20
‘Nome Law: Deleuze & Guattari on the Emergence of Law’ International Journal for Semiotics of the Law (2006) 19: 127-151
'Sinthome Law: Theoretical Constructions upon Lacan's Concept of the Sinthome', (2005) Law & Critique, Volume 16, No.2, p.201-230.
'Public Key Infrastructure Digital Signatures and Systematic Risk’, 2003(1) The Journal of Information, Law and Technology (JILT) http://elj.warwick.ac.uk/jilt/03-1/murray.html
External Professional Activities
‘The Law of Global Capital’, workshop paper in ‘Experiencing the Law’, Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, December 2008
‘Emergent Law & Sinthome Law’, invited seminar paper, Department of International Politics, University of Aberystywth, June 2008
‘Complexity Theory and Socio-Legal Studies’, workshop on complexity theory and law, Liverpool Socio-Legal Studies Forum, September 2007
‘Emergent Law: Complexity as Socio-Legal Paradigm’, workshop paper in ‘Before the Law: Property, Community, Sovereignty’, International Institute for the Sociology of Law, Onati, June 2007
New Perspectives on Property Law, Obligations and Restitution and New Perspectives on Property Law, Human Rights and the Home, Alastair Hudson (ed.)(2005) Liverpool Law Review, Volume 26, No.1 p.101-109.