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Gemma Turton, Evidential Uncertainty in Causation in Negligence (Hart Publishing 2016)


Gregory Allan, ‘Ceylon Coffee, the Comtesse and the Consignee: A Historical Reappraisal of Rochefoucauld v Boustead’ (2015) 36 Journal of Legal History 43-82

Gregory Allan, ‘AM v SS: Fraud and Flexibility’ [2015] 4 Conveyancer and Property Lawyer 340-348

Barbara Bogusz, ‘Land: Balancing competing economic and social interests’, W. Barr (ed.) in Modern Studies in Property Law, Vol.8., Oxford: Hart, 2015

Steven Evans, 'A scrutiny of Powers of Sale Arising under an Equitable Mortgage: a Case for Reining these in' [2015] 79 Conv 123, cited in Skelwith (Leisure) ltd and others v Armstrong and others [2015] EWHC 2830

Martin George, Statutes on the Conflict of Laws (with Andrew Dickinson) (Hart Publishing 2015)

Martin George, 'General Provisions: Arts 61-64' in Dickinson & Lein (eds), The Brussels I Regulation Recast (OUP 2015)

Gemma Turton, ‘Risk and the Damage Requirement in Negligence Liability’ (2015) 35 Legal Studies 75 - 95


Gregory Allan, ‘Once a Fraud, Forever a fraud: the Time-Honoured Doctrine of Parol Agreement Trusts’ (2014) 34 Legal Studies 419-443

Barbara Bogusz, ‘The relevance of ‘intentions and wishes’ to determine actual occupation: a sea change in judicial thinking?’ (2014) Conveyancer and Property Lawyer 27-39


Martin George, 'The Time of Town and Village Greens' (2014) 25 King's Law Journal 225

John Hartshorne, ‘The protection of Prosser’s privacy categories within English tort law’ (2014) Torts Law Journal 37 – 55

John Hartshorne, ‘Contemporary Approaches Towards Pure Economic Loss in the Law of Negligence’ (2014) Journal of Business Law 425 – 442

Gemma Turton, ‘Using NESS to overcome the confusion created by the ‘material contribution to harm’ test for causation in negligence’ (2014) 30 Professional Negligence 50 - 73

Gemma Turton, ‘Review of Perspectives on Causation by Richard Goldberg (ed.)’ (2014) 22 Medical Law Review 131 - 137



Barbara Bogusz, ‘The doctrine of lost modern grant: back to the future or time to move on?’ (2013) 3 Conveyancer and Property Lawyer 198-210

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