Philosophical Foundations of Tort Law

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JOHN B. ATTANASIO Dean and Professor of Law at Saint Louis University School of Law, Dean Attanasio holds a baccalaureate degree from the University of Virginia, law degrees from N.Y.U. and Yale, and a Diploma in Law from Oxford. Prior to taking the deanship at St. Louis, Dean Attanasio was Professor of Law at Notre Dame Law School. Dean Attanasio's writings include studies of the relationship between liberty and equality in law, and a casebook and treatise on American Constitutional Law (both with Redlich & Schwartz).
PETER BENSON Associate Professor of Law at McGill University, Professor Benson studied social and political theory at Harvard, the London School of Economics and Political Science, the Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris, and the University of Toronto, and holds law degrees from Harvard and Toronto. His writings, examining the philosophy of tort and contract law, explore aspects of Rawls, Hegel, Kant, Grotius, and Françis Gény, and he is in the process of preparing a book on the philosophical aspects of contract law.
PETER BIRKS Regius Professor of Civil Law and Fellow of All Souls College, University of Oxford, and holding doctorates from Oxford and Edinburgh, Professor Birks is the Honorary Secretary of the Society of Public Teachers of Law. Professor Birks' books include RESTITUTION: THE FUTURE; INTRODUCTION TO THE LAW OF RESTITUTION; THE LEGAL MIND (with MacCormick); THE INSTITUTES OF JUSTINIAN (ed., with McLeod); and NEW PERSPECTIVES ON THE ROMAN LAW OF PROPERTY (ed.). He is Queen's Counsel and a Fellow of the British Academy.
BRUCE CHAPMAN Associate Professor of Law at the University of Toronto, Professor Chapman holds a Ph.D. from Cambridge and a law degree from Toronto. Professor Chapman formerly was a post-doctoral fellow at the Center for the Study of Public Choice at Virginia Polytechnic, a research associate in law and philosophy at the Westminster Institute for Ethics and Human Values, and an assistant professor in the Faculty of Law and Department of Philosophy at the University of Western Ontario. He is the editor of THE UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO LAW JOURNAL and the co-editor of JUSTICE, RIGHTS AND TORT LAW.
GEORGE C. CHRISTIE James B. Duke Professor of Law at Duke University, Professor Christie holds law degrees from Columbia and Harvard.

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