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Journal of Professional Negligence

Media of Journal of Professional Negligence
Frequency: Quarterly
Type: Journal

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About Journal of Professional Negligence

Journal of Professional Negligence

This unique quarterly journal is the leading forum for commentary and analysis on all areas of professional negligence and professional indemnity, including liability, ethics and regulation. Cutting across all professions, with that term being interpreted broadly, it provides excellent coverage of the numerous and significant developments in this field.

Coverage includes wide-ranging commentary and analysis on:

  • the private law liability of professionals
  • the various regulatory and disciplinary contexts with which different professions operate
  • the concept of ‘professions’ from a socio-legal perspective
  • the wider social and ethical challenges to the work of the professions and the impact of those challenges within the relevant existing legal framework
  • general issues in the law of obligations which inform the legal context within which professionals operate.
  • Comparative work on the Commonwealth
  • In addition to focusing on developments in the law of England and Wales, the journal also includes comparative work on professional liability, ethics and regulation from the Commonwealth and beyond.

This is an invaluable title for all practitioners and academics in this area.

Bibliographic detail
ISSN: 17466709
Format: Journal
Availability: In Print

Please contact Richard Cox if you require any information: Richard.Cox@bloomsbury.com

Submissions are received on a rolling basis and may be addressed to colm.mcgrath@kcl.ac.uk

Contents From Previous Issues

Journal of Professional Negligence 35.2

● ARTICLE SUMMARIES
● ARTICLES
● Bungled litigation and costs
Hugh Evans
● Causal presumptions and defective products in EU Law
Emmanuelle Lemaire
● CASE COMMENTARIES
● ARB v IVF Hammersmith
● Darnley v Croydon Health Services NHS Trust
● Stoffel & Co v Grondona
● XX v Whittington Hospital NHS Trust
● BOOK REVIEW

Journal of Professional Negligence 35.1

ARTICLE SUMMARIES
● ARTICLES
● Professional negligence in 2018: the year in review
Stephen Todd
● Nonfeasance and the end of policy? Reflections on the revolution in public authority liability
Jonathan Morgan
● A novel alternative dispute resolution procedure for professional negligence claims
Masood Ahmed
● CASE COMMENTARIES
● Edwards v Hugh James Ford Simey (A Firm)
● Banca Nazionale del Lavoro SPA v Playboy Club London Ltd
● BOOK REVIEW

Journal of Professional Negligence 34.4

  • Article Summaries
  • Articles
    • ‘Decisional’ and ‘operational’ negligence
      Vincent Ooi
    • The negligence liability of local authorities for failure to protect children from abuse: where to draw the line?
      Stelios Tofaris
  • Case Commentaries
    • Hincks v Sense Network Ltd
    • P&P Property Ltd v Owen White & Catlin LLP
    • Razumas v Ministry of Justice
  • Book Review
  • Index to Volume 34

Journal of Professional Negligence 34.3

  • Article Summaries
  • Articles
    • Abolishing Personal Injuries Law – A Project
      Lord Sumption
    • Abolishing Personal Injuries Law? A Response to Lord Sumption
      Jonathan Morgan
    • Professional Negligence in 2017: The Year in Review
      Anneliese Day QC
  • Case Commentary
    • Golden Belt Sukuk Company BSC and Ors v BNP Paribas
  • Book Reviews

Journal of Professional Negligence 34.2 contents:

  • Article Summaries
  • Articles
    • Was it all worth it?
      Sir Rupert Jackson
    • SAAMCO re-explored: BPE and the law of professional negligence
      Desmond Ryan
  • Case Commentaries
    • Barker v Baxendale Walker Solicitors
    • Peterborough and Stamford Hospitals NHS Trust v Maria McMenemy
    • Meadows v Khan
  • Book Reviews

Journal of Professional Negligence 34.1 contents:

  • Article Summaries
  • Articles
    • Innovative therapy and the law: the novel issues raised by the case of Charlie Gard
      Jo Bridgeman
    • Lawyers’ professional ethics: where are the ethics?
      Barbara Mescher
  • Case Commentaries
    • Armes v Nottinghamshire County Council
    • BAE Systems (Operations) Ltd v Konczak
    • Various Claimants v Barclays Bank Plc
  • Book Reviews

Editorial board

General Editors: Katherine Watt, barrister, Fountain Court Chambers and Colm McGrath, WYNG Research Fellow in Medical Law and Ethics, Trinity Hall, Cambridge.

Reviews

For book reviews please contact:

Phillip Morgan phillip.morgan@york.ac.uk

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