Dr Candy is an Assistant Professor in Civil Law at the University of Cambridge's Faculty of Law. He was previously Sir John Baker Lecturer and Fellow in Law at St Catharine's (2019–21) and Fellow in Roman Law and European Legal History at the University of Edinburgh's Faculty of Law (2021–22).
- ‘Parallel Developments in Roman Law and Maritime Trade during the Late Republic and Early Principate’. Journal of Roman Archaeology 33 (2020): 53–72
- "Judging Beyond the Sandal": Law and Rhetoric in D.19.2.31 (Alf. 5 dig.a Paulo epit.)’. Zeitschrift der Savigny-Stiftung für Rechtsgeschichte. Romanistische Abteilung 138 (2021): 310–337.
Roman Law and Maritime Commerce, ed. Peter Candy and Emilia Mataix Ferrándiz (Edinburgh University Press, 2022).
- ‘Limits of Juristic Argument in the Exercitorian Edict’. In Principle and Pragmatism in Roman Law, edited by Benjamin Spagnolo and Joe Sampson, 143–58. London: Hart, 2020.
- ‘Introduction: Roman Law and Maritime Commerce’. In Roman Law and Maritime Commerce. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2022.
- ‘Credit for Carriage: TPSulp. 78 and P. Oxy. XLV 3250’. In Roman Law and Maritime Commerce. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2022.