Professor John Murphy

Professor

Research Overview

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

Duress as a Tort Law Defence?
Murphy, J.R. 21/12/2017 In: Legal Studies.
Journal article

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