The W. E. Hearn Lecture - The Australian Law of Restitution: Has the High Court lost its way?
Time: 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Professor Andrew Burrows
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Andrew Burrows QC (Hon) is regarded as one of the most eminent private law scholars in the common law world. He is the Norton Rose Professor of Financial and Commerical Law at the University of Oxford and a former Law Commissioner for England and Wales.
His research interests span commercial law, contract, tort, unjust enrichment and remedies. He has written and edited a number of leading books, including The Law of Restitution, Remedies for Torts and Breach of Contract, Fusing Common Law and Equity: Remedies, Restitution and Reform, Understanding the Law of Obligations: Essays on Contract, Tort and Restitution, Contract Terms, Commercial Remedies: Current Issues and Problems, Mapping the Law: Essays for Peter Birks and English Private Law.
Andrew Burrows is a major contributor to Chitty on Contracts and Clerk and Lindsell on Torts and is author of a number of important case books on restitution, tort and contract. He has written widely within his research areas and is regularly cited by the highest courts in England and in Australia.
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