Inner Temple Book Prize 2018

Patron: HRH The Princess Royal KG KT GCVO QSO

A major prize for outstanding authorship

The Inner Temple Book Prize is a triennial competition with two Prizes, one of £12,000 and one of £5,000.

We are delighted to announce the winners of the Book Prize 2018:

Main Prize

Winner

Accessory Liability by Paul S. Davies, published by Hart Publishing

Professor Davies is Professor of Commercial Law at UCL.

Runners Up

The Child in Refugee Law by Jason Pobjoy, published by Cambridge University Press

The European Convention on Human Rights by William Schabas, published by Oxford University Press

Democratic Dialogue and the Constitution by Alison Young, published by Oxford University Press

 

New Authors Prize

Prize Winner

Damages and Human Rights by Jason Varuhas, published by Hart Publishing

Dr Varuhas is a Professor of Law at Melbourne University.

Runners Up

Arguments about Abortion: Personhood, Morality and Law by Kate Greasley, published by Oxford University Press

Proof of Causation in Tort Law by Sandy Steel, published by Cambridge University Press

 

The award ceremony will take place on 12 December with the Patron of the Book Prize HRH The Princess Royal presenting the prizes.

For Book Prize Enquiries

Celia Pilkington

Archivist

Celia Pilkington

Archivist

Celia Pilkington

Archivist