This work considers important aspects of this developing area of French law in a series of essays by French lawyers and comparative lawyers working in French law and other civil law systems. In doing so, it provides insight into the doctrinal thinking and judgments of French lawyers as well as the possible directions in which this area of the law may be developed in the future.
'French Civil Liability in Comparative Perspective' edited by Jean-Sébastien Borghetti and Simon Whittaker has been published by Hart Publishing. It contains a chapter on 'Crime, Breach of Legislative Duties and Fault' by Matt Dyson.
Shona Minson publishes blog post on contact between children and imprisoned parents during the pandemic
Chris Hodges: The need for trust as the basis of human cooperation in society
New OxHRH podcast episode - The Impact of Covid-19 on Worker's Rights in the UK (with Michael Ford, QC)