Private Law in the 21st Century

Private law as a complex system : agendas for the twenty-first century / Kit Barker -- Challenges for private law in the twenty-first century / Andrew Burrows --Rationalising tort law for the twenty-first century / Ken Oliphant -- The ...

Private Law in the 21st Century

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Private law as a complex system : agendas for the twenty-first century / Kit Barker -- Challenges for private law in the twenty-first century / Andrew Burrows --Rationalising tort law for the twenty-first century / Ken Oliphant -- The challenges of private law : a research agenda for an autonomy-based private law / Hanoch Dagan -- The steaming lungs of a pigeon : predicting the direction of Australian contract law in the next 25 years / Warren Swain -- Codification of private law : Scots law at the crossroads of common and civil law / Martin A Hogg -- Power-failure? the distracting effect of legislation on common law torts / Wendy Bonython -- Constructive trusteeship : the perils of statutory formulae / Darryn Jensen -- Fusing the equitable function in private law / Henry E Smith -- Dealing with complexity : different approaches to explaining accessory liability / Joachim Dietrich -- The challenges presented by fundamental rights to private law / Hugh Collins -- The limits of technocracy : private law's future in the regulatory state / TT Arvind and Joanna Gray -- Common law and the constraint of financial markets : credit-ratings as a test case / Joshua Getzler and Alexandra Whelan -- Apologies as canaries : tortious liability in negligence and insurance in the twenty-first century / Prue Vines -- When lump sums run out : disputes at the borderlines of tort law, injury compensation, and social security / Genevieve Grant, Kylie Burns, Rosamund Harrington, Prue Vines, Elizabeth Kendall and Annick Maujean -- Perform if and when you do?: non-performance and the suspension of contractual duties / Andrew Tettenborn -- Vindicatory damages / James Edelman -- Persuasive technologies : from loss of privacy to loss of autonomy / Eliza Mik -- Snooping : how should damages be assessed for harmless breaches of privacy? / Erika Chamberlain -- Compensating injury to autonomy : a conceptual and normative analysis / Tsachi Keren-Paz -- Matter over mind : tort law's treatment of emotional injury / Anne Schuurman and Zoe Sinel -- The interaction between defamation and privacy / David Rolph -- Making amends by apologising for defamatory publications : developments in the twenty-first century / Robyn Carroll and Jeffrey Berryman -- Tort and neo-liberalism / Annette Morris -- Reforming Australian litigation lawyers : educational impacts of civil procedural laws and judicial activism / Francesca Bartlett -- Private law in the age of the vanishing trial? / Carlo Vittorio Giabardo

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