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The Transformation of Private Law – Principles of Contract and Tort as European and International Law

A Liber Amicorum for Mads Andenas

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  • Brings together eminent writers in both public international and private law
  • Covers topical points of law which are emerging in current legal science and practice
  • Includes foundational research and case studies

Part of the book series: LCF Studies in Commercial and Financial Law (LCFSCFL, volume 2)

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About this book

Eminent lawyers from academia, international judiciary and legal practice join up to honour Professor Mads Andenas KC (Hon). Contributions form a cutting edge volume across legal disciplines led by an advisory editorial committee including Prof. Guido Alpa, Prof. Carl Baudenbacher, Prof. Eirik Bjorge, Prof. Giuseppe Conte and Prof. Duncan Fairgrieve.


The general private law of tort and delict is subject to a transformation where the traditional national framework is becoming gradually less relevant. Much of the modernisation of private law takes place not at the domestic level but at a European or international level such as in international commercial conventions or EU consumer protection legislation. Remedies in regulatory law are becoming ever more important. The role of the European Court of Justice in developing general principles of contract and tort is ever increasing. Tort liability is an important subject of international conventions with the caselaw of the International Court of Justice developing general principles of tort liability in public international law.

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Table of contents (49 chapters)

  1. Transformations in Private Law: Method and Public Policy

Editors and Affiliations

  • Centre for Commercial Law Studies, Queen Mary, University of London, London, UK

    Maren Heidemann

About the editor

Prof. Maren Heidemann is a qualified lawyer, a director of The London Centre for Commercial and Financial Law as well as guest lecturer and tutor at the Centre for Commercial Law Studies (CCLS), Queen Mary, University of London, England, United Kingdom.

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