This recording is a detailed guide to Steel, Sandy, ‘Rationalising omission liability in negligence’ (2019) 135 LQR 484 which is the subject of compulsory Part A of the University of London Tort examination 2023.
The content of the article is examined in detail, focussing on the main points to enable students to prepare most effectively for the exam. Complex concepts and arguments are explained using straightforward language.
Duration: 62 minutes (approx)
Lecturer: Gianni Vuolo
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