LONDON: Home video host and sometime CNN call-in guest O.J. Simpson is taking his case overseas. In what's being proudly billed as his first public appearance since the verdict, Simpson will speak at England's venerable Oxford Union on May 14th. He will give an as yet unspecified speech to the Union and then take questions from students. TIME's Barry Hillenbrand reports that the Oxford Union notes that Richard Nixon also made his first public appearance at the Union after his resignation following the Watergate scandal. The Oxford Union was founded in 1823 and ranks among the world's foremost debating societies. World leaders, presidents, scientists and intellectuals have been invited throughout the Union's history to address the students and engage them in challenging debate. Perhaps young British students in the hallowed halls of academia will manage to give O.J the grueling cross-examination Marcia Clarke was unable to deliver.