New Publication: Mathias Siems, Comparative Law, 2nd edition (Cambridge University Press 2018)

According to the late John Henry Merryman ‘lawyers are professionally parochial. Comparative law is our effort to be cosmopolitan’. This statement may seem exaggerated, but there is also a good deal of truth in it. Most lawyers are almost entirely trained and specialised in the law of their domestic jurisdiction. Thus, as soon as lawyers … Continue reading New Publication: Mathias Siems, Comparative Law, 2nd edition (Cambridge University Press 2018)

2018 Annual Seminar – Comparative Law in Troubled Times – 4th September, QMUL

Comparative Law in Troubled Times Annual Seminar of the British Association of Comparative Law 4 September 2018 9.30-12.20   Queen Mary University of London Colette Bowe and Martin Harris Room Queens' Building Mile End   Welcome President of BACL, Mrs Annette Nordhausen Scholes, & sponsors, Intersentia.   Session 1 (9.45-11.00)   Professor Merris Amos (Queen … Continue reading 2018 Annual Seminar – Comparative Law in Troubled Times – 4th September, QMUL

New Publication: Paula Giliker ‘What do we mean by EU Tort Law?’ Journal of European Tort Law 2018; 9(1): 1–24

This article is based on a key note paper I gave at the SLS Comparative Law subject section in Dublin in 2017 and I am very grateful to the organisers and the audience for the opportunity to discuss a relatively under-researched topic: the extent to which tort law whose origin is European Union law is … Continue reading New Publication: Paula Giliker ‘What do we mean by EU Tort Law?’ Journal of European Tort Law 2018; 9(1): 1–24