CRG Murray, ‘The Radical Fringes of Tort Law’

This contribution considers public authority liability in the tort law of England and Wales. The argument advanced is that, whilst tort in itself is rarely considered to be a radical branch of law, it provides a unique outlet for challenges against certain harms.

Murray, CRG, The Radical Fringes of Tort Law (June 1, 2021) in Freya Middleton, Illan rua Wall, Critical Lawyers at Warwick (eds), The Critical Legal Pocketbook (CounterPress, 2021).

First posted 2021-06-16 08:45:29

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