Professor David CampbellProfessor
My research interests are in the law of contract, the application of economic and social theories to law, and the theory and practice of regulation.
Since the last REF census date, my principal publications have been:
‘Better Than Fuller: A Two Interest Model of Remedies for Breach of Contract’ (2015) 78 The Modern Law Review 296-323
‘Louis Althusser and the End of Classical Russian Marxism: Spinoza, Hegel and the Critique of Dogmatic Marxism’ (2014) 42 Critique 527-53
‘Good Faith and the Ubiquity of the “Relational” Contract’ (2014) 77 Modern Law Review 475-92
My current teaching is largely in the law of contract, but I also teach issues in business regulation and environmental regulation.
PhD Supervision Interests
Professor Campbell is happy to consider proposals in the area of the law of contract, the application of economic and social theories to law and the theory and practice of regulation.