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Allan Beever (2008) ‘Corrective Justice and Personal Responsibility in Tort Law’, Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 28: 475–500.
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Maria Drakopoulou (2000) ‘The Ethic of Care, Female Subjectivity and Feminist Legal Scholarship’, Feminist Legal Studies 8: 199–226.
James George (2002) ‘Watson v. British Boxing Board of Control: Negligent Rule-Making in the Court of Appeal’, Modern Law Review 65: 106–119.
Paula Gilliker (2005) ‘Revisiting Pure Economic Loss: Lessons to be Learnt from the Supreme Court of Canada?’, Legal Studies 25: 49–71.
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John Silk (2004) ‘Caring at a Distance: Gift Theory, Aid Chains and Social Movements’, Social & Cultural Geography 5: 229–51.
Christian Witting (2005) ‘Duty of Care: An Analytical Approach’, Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 25: 33–63.
Christian Witting (2008) ‘The House that Dr Beever Built: Corrective Justice, Principle and the Law of Negligence’, Modern Law Review 71: 621–40.