Bayliss, G. (2023) ‘Understanding reasonabless in occupiers’ liability’, A-Level Law Review, 18 (“), pp.13-15.
Examine the definition of reasonabless in relation to the Occupiers’ Liability Act.

Morse, D. (2023) ‘Tort law: problems in occupiers’ liability’, A-Level Alw Review, 18 (3), pp.10-12.
What questions should be posed to apply the tort law of occupiers’ liability to a scenario?

White, E. (2023) ‘Medical negligence and the Bolam test’, A-Level Law Review, 18 (2), pp.18-19. How is medical negligence determined?

Morse, D. (2023) ‘Liability for economic loss: approaching problem questions in negligence’, A-Level Law Review, 18 (2), pp.8-11. Types of economic loss and how to address them in an exam question. This article supports your unit on Tort law and your study of Liability in negligence for economic loss.

Clarke Fleming, C. (2023) ‘Examination focus: revising cases in Rylands v Fletcher’, A-Level Law Review, 18 (2), pp.5-7. Top tips and best practice for learning this popular examination topic in tort law. This article is relevant to your revision for Paper 2.

Morse, D. (2022) ‘Negligence and psychiatric injury’, A-Level Law Review, 18 (1), pp.18-21.
Reviewing primary victim status and proximity factors for secondary victims in psychiatric harm claims.

Stokes, A. (2022) ‘Examination focus: tort defences’, A-Level Law Review, 18 (1), pp.6-8.
Anna Stokes provides an overview of two general tort defences, of paticular relevance to the tort of negligence.

Beauman, C. (2021) ‘Ten things you need to know about private nuisance’, A Level Law Review, 16 (3), pp.16-17.
Craig Beauman provides a framework of rules and considerations for your revision of the tort of private nuisance. This article links to your exam Paper 2 on Tort.

Mitchell, A. (2021) ‘From a flood to a trickle? The modern rule in Rylands v Fletcher’, A Level Law Review, 16 (2), pp.18-22.
Andrew Mitchell explores the origins and development of this controversial tort, and its restatement in the Transco case.

Morse, D. (2021) ‘Examination focus: liability for loss’, A Level Law Review, 16 (3), pp.18-20.
Dee Morse examines the special rules relating to liability for pure economic loss causes be negligent acts and negligent misstatements. This article links to your exam Paper 2 on Tort. Look out for the exam tips in this article.

Russell, S. (2021) ‘Examination focus: private nuisance’, A Level Law Review, 16 (2), pp.6-7.
Sally Russell examines the law behind this important tort.

Stokes, A. (2021) ‘Tort law: theories and concepts’, A Level Law Review, 16 (3), pp.5-7.
What are the theories and concepts that underpin the law of tort? This article is relevant to your exam Paper 2 on The Nature of Law and the English Legal System and Tort. Look out for the exam tip in this article.

Bayliss, G. (2020) ‘The Occupiers’ Liability Act 1984: scope and impact’, A Level Law Review, 16 (1), pp.4-8.
What you need to know about the Act that covers occupiers’ responsibilities to trespassers.

Beauman, C. (2020) ‘Ten things you need to know about the Occupier’s Liability Act 1957’, A Level Law Review. 15 (3), pp.16-17.
Craig Beauman provides a framework of rules and considerations for your revision of this statutory tort.

Mapletoft, R. (2020) ‘Examination focus: psychiatric injury’, A Level Law Review, 15 (3), p.34

Mitchell, A. (2020) ‘Morality and tort law’, A Level Law Review, 15 (2), pp.12-15.
Andrew Mitchell explores the overlaps between tort law and morality, as well as some of the grey areas and problems with the relationship between them.

Mitchell, A. (2020) ‘Vicarious liability: no longer on the move?’, A Level Law Review, 16 (1), pp.21-25.
Two recent Supreme Court judgements have brought welcome clarity and coherence to this important tort topic.

Morse, D. (2020) ‘Examination focus: applying occupiers’ liability’, A Level Law Review, 16 (1), pp.9-11.
The Occupiers’ Liability Act (OLA) 1957 covers liability to lawful visitors. Occupiers have a duty of care to ensure that their land is not hazardous to others.

Sylvester, D. (2020) ‘The prorogation judgement: did the Supreme Court interfere in politics?’, A Level Law Review, 15 (3), pp.28-29.
Darren Sylvester assesses the UK Supreme Court’s judgement in R (on the application of Miller) v The Prime Minister and Cherry v Advocate General for Scotland (2019), examining whether the court entered the political arena.

Bayliss, G. (2019) ‘Private nuisance explained’, A Level Law Review, 14 (2), pp.2-6.
Private nuisance is a distinct area of tort law concerned with the protection of rights over land. It remains important, as it covers potential claims that may not be recoverable in negligence or other areas or tort law.

Yule, I. (2019) ‘Landmarks in the common law: tort causation cases’, A Level Law Review, pp.30-31.
Ian Yule examines some tort causation cases in relation to the Wagon Mound rule.

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