‘Known Unknowns: Legal Responses to Intractable Uncertainties’, 23 April 2021, University of Bristol

This one-day online symposium will investigate, from a comparative historical perspective, the ways in which the law frames and responds to problems of intractable factual uncertainty. Where our ordinary evidential rules simply cannot produce a satisfactory answer to a factual question, the substantive law must choose how to proceed. This might, for example, involve the creation of tiebreaking or default rules to resolve the impasse … (more)

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