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Professor Kit Barker Kit Barker is a Professor of Private Law and joined the TC Beirne School of Law in 2006.
He was educated in law at Exeter College, Oxford, where he obtained first class honours in jurisprudence (in 1988) and subsequently completed the BCL (with distinction) in 1991. He was admitted to the Middle Temple Inn of Court as a Harmsworth Scholar and to the Bar of England and Wales in 1990. Before moving to Australia in 2006, he worked for 17 years at the University of Southampton. He is interested in private law as a whole, but his particular research interests lie in the law of torts and unjust enrichment law and the law's doctrine, philosophical foundations and remedies. More recently, his work has explored the interface between private law and public law and public policy, with a focus on the negligence liability of government and legal (and extra legal) responses to compensation in cases of grave historic injustice, including institutional sexual abuse. He is a former Associate Dean (Research) at the TC Beirne School of Law, regional editor for Australia of the Restitution Law Review and an assistant editor of the Torts Law Journal. He is also editor and contributor to four essay collections: Private Law: Key Encounters with Public Law (Cambridge University Press, 2013), The Law of Misstatements (Hart Publishing, 2015); Private Law and Power (Hart Publishing, 2017) and Private Law in the Twenty First Century (Hart Publishing, 2017, forthcoming). A fifth edited collection on The Apportionment of Civil Liability (with Ross Grantham) will appear in 2018. He is the current director of the Australian Centre of Private Law at the TC Beirne School of Law. Private law: key encounters with public law. Edited by Kit Barker and Darryn Jensen Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2013. doi:10.1017/CBO9781139856478 Private law as a complex system: agendas for the twenty first century Barker, Kit (2017). Private law kids pandora bracelet as a complex system: agendas for the twenty first century. In pandora jewelry official K Barker and K Fairweather and R Grantham (Ed.), Private law in the twenty first century (pp. 3 28) Oxford, United Kingdom: Hart. Public Power, Discretion and the Duty of Care Barker, Kit (2017). Public Power, Discretion and the Duty of Care. In Kit Barker, Simone Degeling, Karen Fairweather and Grantham, Ross B. (Ed.), Private Law and Power 1st pandora charms singapore ed. (pp. 207 237) Oxford: Hart. The Dynamics of Private Law and Power Barker, Kit (2017). The Dynamics of Private Law and Power. In K Barker, S Degeling, Karen Fairweather and Grantham, Ross B. (Ed.), Private Law and Power 1st ed. (pp. 3 28) Oxford, UK: Hart. What is a contractual defence (and does it matter)? Barker, Kit (2017). What is a contractual defence (and does it matter)?. In Andrew Dyson, James Goudkamp and Frederick Wilmot Smith (Ed.), Defences in contract (pp. 27 41) Oxford, United Kingdom: Hart Publishing. Hedley Byrne v Heller: Issues for the Beginning of the Twenty First Century Barker, pandora charm dealers Kit (2015). Hedley Byrne v Heller: Issues for the Beginning of the Twenty First Century. In Kit Barker, Ross B. Grantham and Warren Swain (Ed.), The Law of Misstatements: 50 Years on from Hedley Byrne v Heller (pp. 3 26) Oxford, United Kingdom: Hart Publishing. Barker, Kit (2015). Injunctions. In Kit Barker, Elise Bant, Simone Degeling and Normann Witzleb (Ed.), Remedies: commentary and materials 6th ed. (pp. 1021 1136) Pyrmont, NSW, Australia: Thomson Reuters. Negligent Misstatement in Australia Resolving The Uncertain Legacy of Esanda Barker, Kit (2015). Negligent Misstatement in Australia Resolving The Uncertain Legacy of Esanda. In Barker, Kit, Grantham, Ross and Swain, Warren (Ed.
), The Law of Misstatements: 50 Years on from Hedley Byrne v Heller 1st ed. (pp. 319 344) Oxford, United Kingdom: Hart Publishing.
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