Section: Events

Edinburgh/Oxford Obligations Workshop

Title
Edinburgh Centre for Private Law
Date and Time
5th Oct 2018 09:15 5th Oct 2018 17:15
Location
Raeburn Room, Old College
URL
http://www.centreforprivatelaw.ed.ac.uk/events/events/centre_for_private_law/edinburghoxford_obligations_workshop

EDINBURGH/OXFORD OBLIGATIONS WORKSHOP

Raeburn Room, Old College, Edinburgh

 

PROGRAMME: 

  • 9:15AM – 10:15AM David Fox (Edinburgh), Monetary Union in Britain in 1707 and Its Impact on Monetary Debts (Matt Dyson replying).
  • 10:15AM – 10:45AM Tea/Coffee
  • 10:45AM – 11:45AM Donal Nolan and James Goudkamp (Oxford): Contributory Negligence on the Roads (Martin Hogg replying)
  • 11:45AM – 12:45PM Lorna Richardson (Edinburgh): How Should We Control the Right to Retain Contractual Performance? (Robert Stevens replying)
  • 12:45PM – 2:00PM Lunch
  • 2:00PM – 3:00PM Robert Stevens: Restitution: Another View of Scots Law (Hector MacQueen replying)
  • 3:00PM – 4.00PM Remus Valsan (Edinburgh), The No-Conflict Fiduciary Rule and the Rule against Bias in Judicial Review: A Comparison (Donal Nolan and James Goudkamp replying)
  • 4.00PM – 4.15PM Tea/Coffee
  • 4.15PM – 5.15PM Matt Dyson (Oxford): "Who Would Live in a House Like This? What Its Internal Structure Tells Us About Tort Law" (John Blackie replying)

 

OBSERVERS 

This event is free and open to all.

Anybody interested in attending this event in whole or in part as an observer will be most welcome, but please advise your intention to attend to law.events@ed.ac.uk by 4 pm on Friday 28 September 2018


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