15th January 2014
This seminar will examine the important and controversial issue of the damages liability of the military in light of the Supreme Court judgment in Smith v MOD.
It will also address the recent Policy Exchange report, The Fog of Law: An introduction to the legal erosion of British fighting power.
This event will be followed by a reception.
Click here to download a paper by Dr. Jonathan Morgan
Click here to download the event flyer.
This event has been convened by Dr Duncan Fairgrieve, Senior Research Fellow in Comparative Law & Director, Product Liability Forum and Tort Law Centre.
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