This recording considers the article – Can the Supreme Court halt the ongoing expansion of vicarious liability: Barclays and Morrison in the UK Supreme Court? by Paula Giliker, University of Bristol Law School
The aims of the recording are:
- to assist candidates prepare for the compulsory question in the University of London LLB Tort examination 2022
- to distil the main points of the article
- to explain any difficult terms or concepts, and where relevant, to explain, in simple language, the central arguments made by the author.
Duration: 68 minutes (approx)
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