Happy birthday Donoghue v Stevenson!
Iconic snail in ginger beer judgment turns 90 today
Kim Kardashian tackles tort law with Tiger King themed question
Carole Baskin is one of the options
Vicarious liability in the Supreme Court spotlight
Birmingham Uni law student Olivia Gladstone looks at the recent high-profile tort cases involving Morrisons and Barclays
Tort lawyers won’t be required in 30 years, suggests top judge
Could Donoghue v Stevenson be ditched from law school syllabuses?
Tort law gets the Lady Hale treatment as Supreme Court hears vicarious liability appeal
Case stems from the arrest of a suspected terrorist
Tort textbooks set for update as new Supreme Court judgment changes law of negligence
Donoghue v Stevenson, Caparo v Dickman and Hill v Chief Constable of West Yorkshire Police all get a mention
Donna-hue v Stevenson? Woman called Donna finds dead lizard in her beer bottle
A modern take on the tort law classic
A tort student’s dream: Supreme Court hears case that could shake up law of negligence
Expect Donoghue v Stevenson, Caparo v Dickman and Hill v Chief Constable of West Yorkshire Police to get a mention
Make it unlawful to stand by and record emergency scenes, argues law professor
Academic paper proposes legal liability for those who video terrorist attacks instead of helping victims
The legal implications of printing out new body parts
Concerns aplenty as it’s revealed we’ll be able to 3D print new organs by 2023
LSE tort exam includes question about ‘Nigel’ and ‘Donald’ drinking beer and crashing a plane into the River Thames
Exclusive: ‘Boris’ also gets knocked off his bike
Fundamental dishonesty: Difficult to assess, but potentially serious for personal injury claimants
Fletchers trainee Katelyn Williams on the new Criminal Justice and Courts Act
Pokémon Go: When does a game become a personal injury battle?
There might be some new cases for next year’s tort law students to learn
Psychiatric harm: The forgotten claims of the Hillsborough disaster
Will the Negligence and Damages Bill mend years of injustice?
Supreme Court vicarious liability decisions to hit law syllabuses
Don’t you just love the living and breathing nature of the law?
The Defamation Act 2013: What is it and has it worked?
Nods to free speech, but has a detrimental impact on businesses