Angus Johnston is Professor of Law in the Faculty of Law, and Hoffmann Fellow in Law at University College, University of Oxford, where he arrived in September 2010.
He read for the B.A. (Law with Law Studies in Europe) and the B.C.L. at Brasenose College and was elected to the Vinerian Scholarship in 1999. He read for the LL.M. in European Union Law and was also Lecturer at the Institute for Anglo-American Law, both at the University of Leiden in the Netherlands in 1997-8.
He was a Fellow and Director of Studies in Law at Trinity Hall, Cambridge (from 1999) and University Lecturer (from 2004) and then Senior Lecturer at Cambridge University (from 2008) until his appointment to Oxford. He has been a visitor to Harvard Law School and the Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law in Hamburg; he was also an affiliated lecturer at Cambridge University and at the Jacobs University, Bremen; and an adjunct Professor at the Scandinavian Institute for Maritime Law and Policy, University of Oslo.
- Teaching: EU Law, Tort Law, Energy Law
- Research: EU Law, Energy Law, Competition Law, Tort Law, Comparative Law