|From:||William Swadling <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|To:||MACQUEEN Hector <Hector.MacQueen@ed.ac.uk>|
|Ken Oliphant <Ken.Oliphant@bristol.ac.uk>|
|Date:||23/12/2015 20:51:34 UTC|
|Subject:||RE: Xmas diversion - comparative torts|
How about ‘Torticles’, by Bernard Rudden 6/7 Tul. Civ. L.F. 105 (1991-1992)?
Catala and Weir “Delict and Torts: A Study in Parallel”, Tulane LR 1962-65 (4 parts)?
Hector L MacQueen FBA FRSE
Professor of Private Law
University of Edinburgh Law School
Edinburgh EH8 9 YL
Currently working at the Scottish Law Commission tel (0)131-662-5222
Having been asked to nominate a list of classic comparative tort law articles for a forthcoming anthology, I thought it might be interesting to see what suggestions list members might come up with. So, which are your particular favourites?
Professor of Tort Law
University of Bristol Law School
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Bristol BS8 1RJ
Tel: +44 (0)117 954 5347
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