Doing tort problem questions

Click here for some tips on doing tort problem questions:

Tips on answering tort problem questions

and click on one (or more!) of the following problem questions titles for a sample tort problem question and model answer:

The Breathalyser Problem

The Bully Problem

The Bus Stop Problem

The College Problem

The Doctor Problem

The E-Mail Problem

The Fireman Problem

The Nursery School Problem

The Toy Problem

Tort Law Casenotes

Click on the links below to access casenotes on a variety of tort law cases (for many more casenotes, click on the links to the McBride and Bagshaw Tort Law Companion Website above):

Vicarious Liability Cases

Economic Torts Cases

Dunnage v Randall

International Energy Group Ltd v Zurich Insurance plc UK

Michael v Chief Constable of South Wales Police

Montgomery v Lanarkshire Health Board

O v Rhodes

Patel v Mirza

Willers v Gubay

Williams v Bermuda Hospitals Board

Flood v Times Newspapers Ltd

Mitchell v Glasgow City Council

Smith v Ministry of Defence

Van Colle v Chief Constable of Hertfordshire Police

Trent Strategic Health Authority v Jain

Woodland v Swimming Teachers Association

Yearworth v North Bristol NHS Trust

Thinking about tort law – where do we go from here?

Click on the link below

Thinking about tort law – where do we go from here

to access a pdf of this paper, which was first presented at the University of Western Ontario in March 2012. The paper is highly experimental and is still in draft form, but may be cited. Anyone who would like to suggest any improvements to this paper should feel free to leave a comment on this post, or email me on njm33@cam.ac.uk

Risk, harm and wrongdoing in the law of negligence

Click on the link below

Risk, Harm and Wrongdoing in the Law of Negligence

to access a pdf of this paper, which was first presented at a conference on ‘Private Law and Moral Values’ in King’s College London, in June 2011. The paper is still in draft form, and should not be cited. Anyone wishing to make any suggestions for improvements should feel to post a comment on this post, or email me on njm33@cam.ac.uk