Our research brings together scholars working not only on legal theory and private law, but also on regulation and public purposes in government.
Our work is structured around socially grounded and contextual themes covering a broad range of issues usually associated with public law, including:
- Art law
- Artificial intelligence and the law
- Commercial trusts
- Intellectual property
- Land law
- Arvind, TT 2018, Paradigms Lost or Paradigms Regained? Legal Revolutions and the Path of the Law. in Revolution and Evolution in Private Law. Hart Publishing.
- Harrison, PS 2019, 'Grasping Frankenstein’s Monster: Uncertainty in the downstream scope of the Nagoya Protocol.', Intellectual Property Quarterly, vol. 2019, no. 1, 2019(1), pp. 61-86.
- Merkin, R & Steele, JC 2018, Causation and Proportional Recovery. in K Barker & R Grantham (eds), Apportionment in Private Law., 12, Hart Studies in Private Law, Hart Publishing.
- Nolan, RC & Ho, L 2019, 'The Performance Interest in the Law of Trusts', Law Quarterly Review.
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