Professor John Murphy

Professor

Research Overview

John's interests are in common law generally, and tort law in particular.

The failure of universal theories of tort law
Goudkamp, J., Murphy, J.R. 13/09/2016 In: Legal Theory. 21, 2, p. 47-85. 39 p.
Journal article

Misleading appearances in the tort of deceit
Murphy, J.R. 5/07/2016 In: The Cambridge Law Journal. 75, 2, p. 301-332. 32 p.
Journal article

Divergent evolution in the law of torts: jurisdictional isolation, jurisprudential divergence and explanatory theories
Goudkamp, J., Murphy, J. 28/01/2016 In: Divergences in private law. Oxford : Hart Publishing
Chapter (peer-reviewed)

Tort statutes and tort theories
Goudkamp, J., Murphy, J. 10/01/2015 In: Law Quarterly Review. 131, 1, p. 133-159. 27 p.
Journal article

Understanding Intimidation
Murphy, J. 01/2014 In: Modern Law Review. 77, 1, p. 33-59. 27 p.
Journal article

Rethinking Tortious Immunity for Judicial Acts
Murphy, J. 09/2013 In: Legal Studies. 33, 3, p. 455-477. 23 p.
Journal article

Misfeasance in a Public Office: a Tort Law Misfit?
Murphy, J. 2012 In: Oxford Journal of Legal Studies. 32, 1, p. 51-75. 25 p.
Journal article

The Nature and Domain of Aggravated Damages
Murphy, J. 07/2010 In: The Cambridge Law Journal. 69, 2, p. 353-377. 25 p.
Journal article

The Law of Nuisance
Murphy, J. 2010 Oxford : Oxford University Press. 208 p. ISBN: 9780199214532.
Book

Rights, Reductionism and Tort Law
Murphy, J. 2008 In: Oxford Journal of Legal Studies. 28, 2, p. 393-407. 15 p.
Journal article