Programme and Papers
Abstracts and papers are available below the programme:
Session 1: September 13th 11.15 - 12.45 Room 3.30
1B Matthew Dyson (Cambridge), ‘Lessons and Learning from the Third Restatement'
1C Annette Morris (Cardiff), 'Compensation Culture Revisited: The Road Traffic Accident Exception'.
Session 2: September 13th 13.45 - 15.15 Room 3.30
2B Sarah Fulham-McQuillan (Trinity Dublin), Loss of Chance in Medical Negligence:Hypothetically Probable or Possible?
2C A McKenna (Kent), ‘The new mesothelioma battleground - the issue of Breach?'
Session 3 September 14th 09.30 - 11.00 Room 3.30
3C Phillip Morgan (York) ‘Law and the Big Society - time to relook at Charitable Immunity in Tort?'
Session 4 September 14th 11.30 - 13.00 Room 3.30
Principles of Probabilistic Liability in Tort by Sandy Steel.
Francovich liability and the English law of torts: Has English law tamed the Eurotort? by Paula Giliker.
Loss of Chance in Medical Negligence: Hypothetically Probable or Possible? by Sarah Fulham-McQuillan.
Beyond Visions: Drafting a Green Paper for the Future of Tort Law by Roderick Bagshaw.
Local Authority Liability in Tort to Owners of Defective Buildings: the New Zealand Position – Right or Wrong? by Rosemary Tobin .
“Law and the Big Society - time to relook at Charitable Immunity in Tort?” by Phillip Morgan.
The new mesothelioma battleground – the issue of breach? by Chris McKenna.
A Refutation of some Principle-based Arguments against Public Authority Liability by Tom Cornford.
International Law as Tort? The lessons of the ATS experiment. by Simon Baughen.
Teaching the Core Comparatively: The Example of Tort Law by Ken Oliphant.
Towards An Analytical Methodology In Negligence by Eoin Quill.
No posters available.