Tort Law Review, The (Tort L Rev)
About the Journal
The Tort Law Review (ISSN: 1039-3285) is an indispensable publication that will keep you abreast of the developing nature of tort law in Australia and overseas. Each issue will provide you with discussion on the current state of, and likely future changes to, the law of torts by courts, practitioners and academics in other countries.
This is the only publication of its kind to give you global coverage on torts. It also provides commentary on other legal topics such as contract, conflict of laws and unjust enrichment to help you understand the impact these areas may have on the law of torts.
John Devereux, Professor, TC Beirne School of Law, University of Queensland
Dr Tina Popa, Lecturer, Graduate School of Business & Law, RMIT University
Dr Rosalie Balkin, Director, Legal Affairs and External Relations Division, International Maritime Organisation, London
Professor William Binchy, Regius Professor of Law, Trinity College, Dublin
Professor Andrew Burrows, Of the Middle Temple, Barrister; Norton Rose Professor of Commercial Law, St Hugh’s College, University of Oxford
The Hon Guido Calabresi, Judge, United States Court of Appeals (2nd Circuit); Sterling Professor of Law, Yale University
Professor Anthony M Dugdale, Beachcroft Wansbroughs Professor of Law, University of Keele
Mr John Dwyer QC, Barrister, Owen Dixon Chambers, Melbourne
Professor Bruce Feldthusen, Professor and Dean of Law, Common Law Section, University of Ottawa
Professor Peter Handford, Emeritus Professor, Law School, University of Western Australia
Sir Rupert Jackson, Lord Justice of Appeal, Court of Appeal of England and Wales
Professor Michael A Jones, Professor of Common Law, University of Liverpool
Professor Emeritus Sir Ian Kennedy, Professor of Health Law, Ethics and Policy, Emeritus, Kings College, University of London
The Hon Gerard La Forest QC, Former Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada; Distinguished Scholar in Residence, Faculty of Law, University of New Brunswick
Dr Ian Freckelton QC, Barrister, Vic, NSW, Qld, SA, Tas, ACT, NT; Crockett Chambers, Melbourne; Supreme Court Judge, Nauru; Professorial Fellow in Law and Psychiatry, University of Melbourne; Adjunct Professor of Forensic Medicine, Monash University; Adjunct Professor of Law, La Trobe University; Adjunct Professor, Australian Centre for Health Law Research, Faculty of Law, Queensland University of Technology; Adjunct Professor, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, USA
Mr James Lee, Lecturer in Law, University of Birmingham; Academic Fellow of the Inner Temple
Professor Robert L Rabin, A Calder Mackay Professor of Law, Stanford University
Professor Keith M Stanton, Professor of Law, University of Bristol
Professor Stephen Sugarman, Agnes Roddy Robb Professor of Law, University of California, Berkeley
Professor Michael Tilbury, Kerry Holdings Professor in Law, Chair of Private Law, The University of Hong Kong; Professorial Fellow, The University of Melbourne
Professor Stephen M D Todd, Professor of Law, University of Canterbury
Professor Stephen Waddams, Albert Abel Professor of Law, University of Toronto
The consolidated table of authors and articles for this Journal is available here.
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http://legal.thomsonreuters.com.au/australian-legal-journals-index-online/productdetail/85643 (Australian Legal Journals Index)
https://clarivate.com/products/web-of-science/ (Web of Science Emerging Sources Citation Index)
The Australian Legal Journals Index is an online legal database prepared by the Lionel Murphy Library of the Commonwealth Attorney-General’s Department. It is produced by Thomson Reuters and is available via subscription.
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The latest Part of the Tort Law Review includes the following articles: “Strict Liability in the Law of Defamation” – Anthony Gray; “More Valuable Than Oil: The Application of Tort Law and Equity to Data Breach Cases” – Aiden Lerch and Sophie Whittaker; “Don’t Look for Fault, Find a Remedy! Exploring Alternative Forms of Compensating Medical Injuries in Australia, New Zealand and Belgium” – Tina Popa; and “Living Dangerously: Determining Liability for Obvious Risks in Professional Sport” – Ashleigh Giles and John O’Brien. Also in this Part is a Book Review: “Landmark Cases in Defamation Law”, by David Rolph (ed) – Reviewed by Tina Popa.
The latest Part of the Tort Law Review includes the following articles: “Defamation Law Reform in Australia: The Multiple Publication Rule” – Anthony Gray; “The Liability of Search Engines and Tech Companies in Defamation Law” – Anthony Gray; Medical Professionals and the Erosion of the ‘Ordinary’ Practitioner Standard” – Carolyn Sappideen; and “Distinguishing Duties of Care of Sports Coaches in a UK Context” – Neil Partington.
The latest Part of the Tort Law Review includes Case Note: “Mental Impairment and the Objective Approach in Negligence: Spearman v Royal United Bath Hospitals” – Dr David Pearce; and the following articles: “A Corrective Justice Justification for Considering the Response of the Hypothetical Person of an ‘Ordinary Level of Susceptibility’ when Assessing Reasonable Foreseeability in Cases involving Negligently Inflicted Psychiatric Injury” – Martin Allcock; “Highway Immunity and the Victimisation of Australian Law: Fact or Fiction?” – Mark Lunney; “On Not Trespassing on Trespass: In Defence of Separate Torts of Trespass to the Person” – JA Devereux; and “Neural Interface Devices and Negligence” – Scott Kiel-Chisholm.
The latest Part of the Tort Law Review includes the following articles: “The Slow Death of Past Damage as an Essential Element of Negligence” – Tim Baxter; “Justification Defences under the Economic Torts” – David Goodwin; “Ignoring the Call for Law Reform: Is It Time to Expand the Scope of Protection for Personal Images Uploaded on Social Networks?” – Dr Eugenia Georgiades; and “Hard Cases Making Bad Law: The Elusive Search for a Test for Duty of Care” – Andrew Clarke and John Devereux.
The latest Part of the Tort Law Review includes the following articles: “Are the Torts of Trespass to the Person Obsolete? Part 2: Continued Evolution” – Dr Christine Beuermann; “Punitive Damages: Time for Re-examination” – Anthony Gray; and “Defamation and the Misuse of Private Information: A Comparative Analysis” – Sarah Gale.
The latest Part of the Tort Law Review includes the following articles: “Are the Torts of Trespass to the Person Obsolete? Part 1: Historical Development” – Dr Christine Beuermann; “Negligence, Discretion and the Liability of Municipalities for Building Regulation: The Case for Increased Deference” – Jonathan de Vries; “The Brave New World of Psychiatric Injury in Canada” – Dr Peter Handford; and “Challenges in the Evolution of the Doctrine of Non-delegable Duty” – Aaron Yoong.
The latest Part of the Tort Law Review includes the following articles: “Deviation and the Ordinary Law of Torts” – Dr Hamish Dempster; “Reinvigorating Non-delegable Duties in Australia?” – Anthony Gray; “Doctor’s Duty of Disclosure and the Singapore Court of Appeal Decision in Hii Chii Kok: Montgomery Transformed” – Low Kee Yang; and “Re-thinking the Requirement for a ‘Recognisable Psychiatric Illness’ in the Law of Negligence” – Mohammud Jaamae Hafeez-Baig and Jordan English.
The latest Part of the Tort Law Review includes the following articles: “The John G Fleming Lecture: The ebbs and flows of tort law – reflections on a half century of tort law” – Professor Emeritus Lewis Klar QC; and “Practitioner perspectives on continuing legal challenges in mental harm and medical negligence: Time for a no-fault approach?” – Tina Popa. It also contains a Case Note: Greenway v Johnson Matthey Plc  EWCA Civ 408.
The latest Part of the Tort Law Review includes the following articles: “Genetic risks, disclosure and foreseeable harm: An unanswered question after ABC v St George’s Healthcare” – Michael Fay; “Contribution rights between tortfeasors – what is the ‘same damage’?” – Victoria Stace; and “The King can still do no wrong: A critical perspective on the Crown’s private law duty of care in Canada” – Jasmine van Schouwen.
The latest Part of the Tort Law Review includes the following articles: “Vulnerability, tort and economic loss: Protection via contract” – Meghan De Pinto-Smith; “The uncertain scope of malicious prosecution: Insights from Canada” – Michael Marin; and “The price of a four-legged friend: Non-economic damage award in Australian pet litigation” – Alexandra Whittaker and Megan Vine.