Mr William Day
Fellow in Law

Director of Studies in Law 

MA, BCL (Oxon)

My primary research interests are in commercial law generally, and particularly in the fields of contract law, the law of restitution and the conflict of laws. My current research projects are recent developments in the law for rescinding contracts, the effect of foreign law illegality on contractual performance, and the ability of parties to contract out of default rules and remedies in the law of contract. I am also currently writing several chapters to a new edition of a leading text on security interests.

““At the expense of” in unjust enrichment: causal, direct or intentional transfers of value?” [2017] LMCLQ 588

“Against necessity as a ground for restitution” [2016] RLR 26

“Skirting around the issue: the corporate veil after Prest v Petrodel” [2014] LMCLQ 269