17th July 2021
My blogging and journalism tends often to be about public law – that is the law relating to or enforced by the state: constitutional law, criminal law, and so on.
But my primary interest in law – at least on a day-to-day basis as a solicitor – is the law of obligations and of (intellectual) property.
And one concept that has long fascinated me is the law of trespass – and how it contrasts with other areas of common law such as contract and tort.
So over at Prospect magazine this month, my column is on what the law of trespass is about – and what the law of trespass could be about.
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