Tort Law Dissertation Topics
The concept of Tort law effectively defines what is considered a legal injury, and establishes the circumstances whereby an individual may be held liable for another’s injury resulting from either intentional acts or accidents. It is potentially a wide area and includes areas such as professional negligence, misrepresentation and trespass both to land and the person. It is a complex area to study, so here are some suggestions to help you with your law dissertation on Tort Law.
- Critically analyse the issues of foresee ability and causation in relation to the duty to take care.
- A Critical analysis of economic loss.
- Where there is blame there is a claim – An analysis of the growing compensation culture in the UK.
- Gregg v Scott – Where does it leave loss of a chance?
- Is Bolam still the reasonable man? An analysis of the standard of care.
- Occupiers liability – When is a trespasser not a trespasser?
- Psychiatric injury – An impossible claim?
- The impact of Chester v Afshar on the law of Informed Consent.
- The duty of care owed to children – A step too far?
- The end of the road for loss of a chance?