From: William Swadling <>
To: MACQUEEN Hector <>
Ken Oliphant <>
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)?




From: MACQUEEN Hector []
Sent: 23 December 2015 16:59
To: Ken Oliphant;
Subject: Re: Xmas diversion - comparative torts


Dear Ken


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

Old College

South Bridge

Edinburgh EH8 9 YL


Currently working at the Scottish Law Commission tel (0)131-662-5222


From: Ken Oliphant <>
Sent: 23 December 2015 14:43
Subject: ODG: Xmas diversion - comparative torts


Dear all


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?


Festive wishes



Ken Oliphant

Professor of Tort Law

University of Bristol Law School

Wills Memorial Building

Queens Road

Bristol BS8 1RJ 


Tel: +44 (0)117 954 5347

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