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At the moment, judges will often have no way of knowing how judges sitting elsewhere are proceeding in relation to the size of discounts imposed for contributory negligence. This volume will assist lawyers and judges in ensuring that like contributory negligence cases are decided in a like way.
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The Rt Hon Lord Reed (from the Foreword) This concise book will assist courts and practitioners in understanding this area of the law, and in applying a consistent approach when assessing, in the most common types of case, the extent to which damages should be reduced for contributory negligence. It is greatly to be welcomed.
James Goudkamp is a Fellow of Keble College and is an Associate Professor in the Oxford Law Faculty. James specialises in private law subjects. He has published numerous books, as an author or editor, and many articles, chapters and case notes. A sizeable amount of his writing is concerned with the law of contributory negligence. Donal Nolan is Professor of Private Law at the University of Oxford, and the Francis Reynolds and Clarendon Fellow and Tutor in Law at Worcester College, Oxford. Donal has published extensively on a range of private law topics, and has a particular interest in the law of negligence and the law of private nuisance.
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