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Edwin Peel

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Professor of Law

Clarendon Harris Fellow in Law, Keble College 1994-, Professor of Law 2010-



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W E Peel, 'Desideratum or principle: the compensatory principle revisited' (2015) 131 Law Quarterly Review 29   [Case Note] [...]

A note of the decision of Teare J. in The Glory Wealth on the extent to which the courts, when assessing damages for breach of contract, may take into account post-termination evidence that the claimant would not have been able to perform his future obligations.


W E Peel, 'Unjustified penalties or an unjustified rule against penalties' (2014) 130 Law Quarterly Review 365   [Case Note] [...]

A case note on the decision of the Court of Appeal in El Makdessi v Cavendish Square Holdings BV [2013] EWCA Civ 1539

ISBN: 0023-933X

W E Peel and J. Goudkamp, Winfield & Jolowicz on Tort (Sweey & Maxwell 2014)


W E Peel, 'The rule against penalties' (2013) Law Quarterly Review 152   [Case Note] [...]

A note on the decision of the HCA in Andrews v ANZ Banking Group Ltd [2012] HCA 30

ISBN: 0023-933X

W E Peel, 'The Termination Paradox' (2013) Lloyds Maritime & Commercial Law Quarterly 519 [...]

An article dealing with the circumstances in which termination for breach of contract pursuant to the express provisions of the contract may prevent submission that the contract was terminated for repudiatory breach, analysing the basis for such a finding (which appears to lie in affrmation), its consequences, and potential solutions for parties wishing to retain the right to sue for repudiatory breach

ISBN: 0306-2945


Teaching: Conflict of Laws; Contract; International Trade; Restitution; Tort

Research: Contract, Torts, Conflict of Laws

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Keble College
Oxford, OX1 3PG

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