Private Law Theory blog – 10th anniversary

This blog went live on 3 September 2011. Since that time there have been 903,575 page views – 260,800 in the past year. There are currently 442 public subscribers, 153 registered subscribers. Site visitors in this past year were from:

  1. UK – 46004 (17.5%)
  2. US – 29448 (11.3%)
  3. Australia – 16595 (6.4%)
  4. Canada – 12120 (4.6%)
  5. China – 7320 (2.8%)
  6. Singapore – 6612 (2.5%)
  7. Ireland – 5968 (2.3%)
  8. Netherlands – 5873 (2.3%)
  9. South Africa – 5416 (2.1%)
  10. Germany – 5201 (2.0%)
  11. Russia – 4811 (1.8%)
  12. South Korea – 4299 (1.6%)
  13. Poland – 3217 (1.2%)
  14. Finland – 3112 (1.2%)

The most popular articles in the past year were:

  1. Mark Pawlowski, ‘Is equity past the age of childbearing?’
  2. Andrew Gold, ‘A Theory of Redressive Justice’
  3. Tatiana Cutts, ‘Unjust Enrichment: What We Owe to Each Other’
  4. ‘Literal or Contextual? What is the Correct Approach to Contractual Interpretation?’
  5. Patrick Hodge, ‘The scope of judicial law-making in the common law tradition’
  6. Martin Dixon, ‘Land Registration, Adverse Possession and the Nature of a Registered Title’
  7. Varvastian and Kalunga, ‘Transnational Corporate Liability for Environmental Damage and Climate Change: Reassessing Access to Justice after Vedanta v Lungowe
  8. Tofaris and Steel, ‘Negligence Liability For Omissions And The Police’
  9. S Steel, ‘The Locality Principle In Private Nuisance’
  10. Sean Sutherland, ‘Defying easy explanations – the case of Pennington v Waine 18 years on’

There continue to be security issues around the site; problems have been reported with either inability to register, or new post notifications being classified as spam.

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