Timothy Endicott has been Dean of the Faculty of Law at the Oxford University since October 2007. After graduating with the AB in Classics and English, summa cum laude, from Harvard, he completed the MPhil in Comparative Philology in Oxford, studied Law at the University of Toronto, and practised as a litigation lawyer in Toronto. He completed the DPhil in legal philosophy in Oxford in 1998.He is a Fellow in Law at Balliol College, and has been a Professor of Legal Philosophy since 2006. Professor Endicott writes on Jurisprudence and Constitutional and Administrative Law, with special interests in law and language and interpretation. His core of reseacr has been Public Law, Jurisprudence and he teaches Constitutional and Administrative Law. Professor Endicott has written extensively on administrative law and his work has been published in journals of great repute. Besides the Journals, he has authored Vagueness in Law (OUP 2000), and Administrative Law (OUP 2009).