Dr Luke Price
Luke Price joined the Law School as a Lecturer in September 2014. His research is directed towards the theory and practice of responsibility, with a particular focus on criminal and civil law responses to the potential organisational responsibility of, for example, corporations, hospitals, and nation states.
Luke conducted his PhD research at the Centre for Ethics and Law at University College London. Prior to commencing his graduate research, he was a research associate and visiting lecturer at Birmingham Law School. Luke received his LLB from UCL and LLM from Cornell Law School.
Luke has experience of pro bono practice in England and the United States, and is a licensed Attorney in the State of New York.
External impact and engagement
Luke’s current work aims to improve models of corporate legal liability by asking what it is for a person to be responsible – whether that person is a human being, or is the artificial legal personality of a corporation. His research has recently been published in Legal Studies and Jurisprudence.