Dr Andrew Scott
BCL, MA, DPhil
Quondam Fellow since 2019
My research addresses issues of private international law, and in particular jurisdiction and applicable law in the field of competition law.
- Fifty-Pound Fellow, All Souls College (from 2012)
- Eldon Scholar (from 2010 to 2012)
- Stipendiary Lecturer in Law, Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford (from 2008)
- Stipendiary Lecturer in Law, Brasenose College, Oxford (from 2007 to 2008)
- Examination Fellow, All Souls College, Oxford (from 2004 to 2011)
- Undergraduate, St John’s College, Oxford (from 2000 to 2004)
- Vinerian Scholar (from 2005 to 2006)
- Private international law, particularly jurisdiction in civil and commercial matters
- Doctoral thesis: ‘Jurisdiction agreements under European Community law’
- ‘The Scope of Non-Contractual Obligations’ in J Ahern and W Binchy, eds., The Rome II Regulation on the Law Applicable to Non-Contractual Obligations (Leiden: Brill, 2009).
- (co-authored with A. Rushworth), ‘Rome II Regulation: Choice of Law for Non-contractual Obligations’ LMCLQ 274 (2008).
- ‘Réunion revised? (Freeport v Arnoldsson)', LMCLQ 113 (2008).
- 'Non-justiciability of Foreign Sovereign Claims (Mbasogo v Logo)', LMCLQ 273 (2007).
- ‘Exclusionary Principles and the Judgments Regulations’, 3 JPrIL 309 (2007).
- ‘Substance and Procedure and Choice of Law in Torts’, LMCLQ 44 (2007).