BA (hons) (Oxford); JD (Toronto), PhD (Toronto)
Manish Oza joined the Faculty of Law in 2021 as an Assistant Professor. His research focuses on property, contract and philosophy of law, with a particular focus on the legal and normative principles governing associations.
Manish holds an undergraduate degree from the University of Oxford, and a JD and PhD in philosophy of logic from the University of Toronto. As a doctoral student, he was awarded a SSHRC Bombardier Scholarship and spent time as a visiting researcher at Birkbeck, University of London and the Institute of Philosophy. He clerked for Justice Rowe at the Supreme Court of Canada and for the judges of the Court of Appeal for Ontario.
"The value of thinking and the normativity of logic" (2020) Philosophers' Imprint 20(27), pp. 1–23
"Review of Irit Samet, Equity: Conscience Comes To Market" (2020) University of Toronto Law Journal 70(2), pp. 216–222