Oxford men: Sellers and Hubbard enjoy sabbatical in England

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Professors Mortimer Sellers (left) and William Hubbard at Oxford.

Professors Mortimer Sellers and William Hubbard spent the spring term on sabbatical at Oxford University in England.

Sellers, the H.L.A. Hart Fellow of Jurisprudence, delivered a talk at Oxford’s University College on May 16 titled “Law, Reason, and Emotion,” which Hubbard says was well attended and featured a lively question-and-answer session afterward. Sellers is the Regents Professor of the University System of Maryland and the director of UB’s Center for International and Comparative Law.

Hubbard, the director of UB’s Center for the Law of Intellectual Property and Technology, was a visiting research fellow at the Oxford Intellectual Property Research Centre.

Learn more about Professor Sellers and Professor Hubbard.

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