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Please review our Terms and Conditions of Use and check box below to share full-text version of article. Volume 11 , Issue 2 May Pages Professor Walker's inaugural lecture, entitled "Out of Place and Out of Time: Law's Fading Co-ordinates", which outlines many of the themes he has investigated in depth over the years, was delivered on the 18th November You can listen to it from the Blogs and Podcasts section of the School website.
Previously he taught public law at Edinburgh for ten years , was Professor of Legal and Constitutional Theory at the University of Aberdeen , and then Professor of European Law at the European University Institute in Florence , where he was also the first Dean of Studies His main area of expertise is constitutional theory.
He has published extensively on the constitutional dimension of legal order at sub-state, state, EU-supranational and global levels. He has also published at length on the relationship between security, legal order and political community.
He maintains a more general interest in broader questions of legal theory as well as in various substantive dimensions of UK and EU public law. For example, of In December Professor Walker was asked by the Scottish Government to conduct an independent review of final appellate jurisdiction in the Scottish legal system.