List of Contributors Andrew Burrows and Alan Rodger: INTRODUCTION THE ENGLISH LAW OF UNJUST ENRICHMENT AND RESTITUTION 1: Francis Rose: The Evolution of the Species General Concepts 2: Andrew Burrows: Absence of Basis: The New Birksian Scheme 3: Robert Stevens: Three Enrichment Issues 4: Gareth Jones: Some Thoughts on Change of Position 5: Graham Virgo: The Role of Fault in the Law of Restitution 6: Charles Mitchell: Subrogation: Persistent Misunderstandings 7: Lionel Smith: Tracing 8: James Edelman: Gain-Based Damages and Compensation Some Particular Unjust Factors 9: Jack Beatson: Unlawful Statutes and Mistake of Law: Is There a Smile on the Face of Schroedinger's Cat? 10: Ewan McKendrick: The Further Travails of Duress 11: Mindy Chen-Wishart: Undue Influence: Beyond Impaired Consent and Wrong-Doing Towards a Relational Analysis 12: Gerard McMeel: Unjust Enrichment, Discharge for Breach, and the Primacy of Contract Property, Insolvency and Restitution 13: Robert Chambers: Resulting Trusts 14: Peter Millett: Jones v Jones: Property or Unjust Enrichment? 15: William Swadling: Unjust Delivery 16: Roy Goode: The Avoidance of Transactions in Insolvency Proceedings and Restitutionary Defences THE COMPARATIVE LAW OF UNJUST ENRICHMENT AND RESTITUTION 17: Reinhard Zimmermann: Restitution after Termination for Breach of Contract: German Law after the Reform of 2002 18: Sonja Meier: No Basis: A Comparative View 19: Gerhard Dannemann: Unjust Enrichment as Absence of Basis: Can English Law Cope? 20: Thomas Krebs: The Fallacy of 'Restitution for Wrongs' 21: Hector MacQueen: Peter Birks and Scots Enrichment Law ROMAN LAW 22: Alan Rodger: What Did Damnum Iniuria Actually Mean? 23: Georg Wolf: The Romanization of Spain: The Contribution of City Laws in the Light of the Lex Irnitana 24: Ernest Metzger: Absent Parties and Bloody-Minded Judges 25: Arianna Pretto-Sakmann: 'You Can Never Tell with Bees': Good Advice from Pooh for Students of the Lex Aquilia 26: Tony Honore: Law Arrivals: The Appendix in Justinian's Digest Reconsidered 27: David Johnston: Logic and Experience in Roman Law 28: Eltjo Schrage: Unjust Enrichment: The Tenant's Tale LEGAL HISTORY 29: John Baker: Bezoar Stones, Gall Stones and Gem Stones: A Chapter in the History of the Tort of Deceit 30: Jeffrey Hackney: Denials Ancient and Modern, with some Roman Footnotes 31: Joshua Getzler: Rumford Market and the Genesis of Fiduciary Obligations 32: John Cairns: Slavery and the Roman Law of Evidence in Eighteenth-Century Scotland 33: David Ibbetson: Sir William Jones and the Nature of Law THE PUBLICATIONS OF PETER BIRKS 1969 - 2005Eric Descheemaeker:
Andrew Burrows is Norton Rose Professor of Financial and Commercial Law, and Fellow of St Hughs College, Oxford. He has contributed to Chitty on Contracts (29th edition, Sweet and Maxwell, 2004) and is the author of Remedies for Torts and Breach of Contract (3rd edition, Oxford, 2004). Lord Rodger is Lord of Appeal in Ordinary, a Fellow of the British Academy, President of the Expert Witness Institute, and Honorary Professor of Law at the Universities of Aberdeen and Glasgow. He has authored Owners and Neighbours in Roman Law (Oxford, 1972).