Research Round Up
4 February 2014
A round-up of Cardiff Law School staff publications and research news for January 2014.
"Fracturing and bundling risks: the coverage expectations of the 'real' reasonable policyholder" (2013-14) 11 Rutgers Journal of Law & Public Policy 118-169.
Dr Daniel Newman
Dr Mary Synge
‘A state of flux in public benefit across the UK, Ireland and Europe’ (2014) 16 CL&PR 163-188
Acting as an expert witness (Tucker J) in ‘Forensic Odontology - An Essential Guide’ (Editors: Adams C, Carabott R and Evans S; Wiley (2014))
A guide to acting as an expert witness, as part of a practitioner text for forensic odontologists.
James Davey has been appointed Contributing Editor; Marine Insurance and General Average' for the Lloyd's Maritime & Commercial Law Yearbook.
Annette Morris, Katie Richards and James Davey have been asked to advise on the draft Insurance Contracts Bill due for summer 2015 (Davey / Richards) and provide a scoping paper for the Law Commission's future agenda where it will consider fraud in tort (Morris / Davey / Richards)
Professor Nigel Lowe was cited by the Supreme Court in Re LC (Children)(Reunite: International Child Abduction Centre Intervening)  UKSC 1,  WLR (D) 11, 15 January 2014, para 56 by Lord Wilson, referring to 'A Statistical Analysis of Applications Made in 2008 Under [the Hague International Child Abduction Convention]', Hague Conference on Private International Law.
Professor Gillian Douglas has been awarded a Leverhulme Major Research Fellowship, for two years from 2015 to 2017, for a study entitled:
'What's love got to do with it? Obligation and commitment in Family Law'.