The Foundation for Law, Justice and Society works to promote an understanding of the role of law in society, and has a strong track record of delivering high-impact academic insight to a wide audience of policymakers, practitioners, and the general public.
Over the past eight years, FLJS has brought together hundreds of academics and professionals to study the role of law in society, including world-leading figures of the calibre of Nobel Laureate Professor Douglas North; Chief Justice of South Africa Pius Langa; former UK Home Secretary Charles Clarke; and Martin Wolf CBE, Chief Economics Commentator at the Financial Times.
Based at the University of Oxford, our reach extends far beyond. Our partnerships with internationally renowned institutions include the House of Lords, the Aspen Institute, and the Honourable Society of Gray’s Inn, to name but a few.
Our online presence further enhances our engagement with a worldwide audience. Over 2,000 subscribers receive our bimonthly e-news
, whilst podcasts of our lectures and workshops have been downloaded over 150,000 times over the past four years, with over 300,000 page views of our website in the same period.
Alongside these public engagement efforts, our publishing programme has registered significant impacts in policymaking circles, both nationally and internationally.
In the last five years:
Internationally, our influence extends across civil society and international NGOs, as recognized by the United Nations Development Programme when it adopted FLJS publications in a dossier distributed to 2,500 organisations working in governance assessment.
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The Foundation for Law, Justice and Society is a registered charity (No. 1111842). To engage with us and support our work, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 01865 284433.