Edited by Paula Giliker
Chapter 17: The future of EU tort law
This final chapter reflects on earlier chapters in this volume and examines the nature of EU tort law, to what extent common problems may be found across different areas of law and the extent to which tensions remain between national and EU tort law. It addresses the nature of any emerging culture of EU tort law and how attempts at harmonisation have provided soft law models for future courts and legislators. It also considers the future of EU tort law as a basis for providing EU citizens with compensation for wrongs committed against them and as a distinct discipline for academic study.
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