Timothy S. Kaye - Publications
Professor of Law
LL.B., University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
Ph.D., University of Warwick, United Kingdom
Advanced Tort Law Seminar, Jurisprudence, Theories of Constitutional Interpretation Seminar, Torts
Products Liability: A Casebook (Carolina Academic Press 2012) (forthcoming).
Law, Justice, and Miscommunication: Essays in Applied Legal Philosophy (editor) (Vandeplas 2011).
Admissions to School Manual of the Education Law Programme (IBC 1998; 2d ed. 1999).
Protecting the Consumer in the Home-Buying Process (NAEA 1998).
Law and Risk: An Introduction, in Risk and the Law (Gordon Woodman & Diethelm Klippel eds., Routledge-Cavendish 2008) (lead chapter).
Risk and Predictability in English Common Law, in Risk and the Law (Gordon Woodman & Diethelm Klippel eds., Routledge-Cavendish 2008).
Childhood Obesity, School Food and Education: The Role of the Law, in The Law as an Agent of Change in
Education (R. Flynn ed., CAPSLE 2006).
Criticizing the Image of the Student as Consumer: Examining Legal Trends and Administrative Responses in
the US and UK, in Education and the Law vol. 18, 85 (Routledge 2006) (co-author Professor Robert D. Bickel
and T. Birtwistle).
Educational Negligence, in The Education Law Handbook (L. Segal ed., Optimus Publg. 2005).
Negligence: School Trips, Bullying and Stress, in The Education Law Handbook (L. Segal ed., Optimus Publg.
Religion and Education in England and Wales, in Cultural and Educational Rights in the Enlarged Europe (J. de
Groof & G. Lauwers eds., Wolf Leg. Publishers 2005).
School Premises, in Butterworths Education Law Manual (Butterworths 2002).
Education, Education, Education: Commodity for Sale or Property Right? in Property and Protection (F. Meisel
& P. Cook eds., Hart Publg. 2000).
Rights Gone Wrong: The Failure of Fundamentalist Tort Theory, 78 Miss. L.J. 931 (2010).
Divided by a Common Language: Why the British Adoption of the American Anti-Discrimination Model Did Not Lead to an Identical Approach to Age Discrimination Law, 3 J. Intl. Aging L. & Policy 17 (2009).
Aim Higher: Challenging Farrington and Palfreyman's The Law of Higher Education, 33 J.C. & U.L. 559 (2007).
Criticizing the Image of the Student as Consumer: Examining Legal Trends and Administrative Responses in the US and UK, 18 Educ. & L. 85 (2006) (co-authors Robert D. Bickel and T. Birtwistle).
LNAT: The National Admissions Test for Law, 39 L. Teacher 192 (2005).
Review of L.L. Weinreb, Legal Reason: The Use of Analogy in Legal Argument, 26 J. Mind & Behavior 307
Loss of Education is Damage to Property, 8 Educ., Pub. L. & Individual 12 (2003).
The Human Rights Act 1998-One Year On: A Focus on Further and Higher Education, 6 Educ., Pub. L. &
Individual 58 (2001).
Book Review, J. Ford et al., Education Law and Practice, 19 Civ. Just. Q. 204 (2000).
Infant Class Sizes in the New Admissions Framework: A Devolution of Power, 11 Educ. & L. 253 (1999).
Academic Judgment, the University Visitor and the Human Rights Act 1998, 11 Educ. & L. 165 (1999).
Review of J. de Groof and H. Penneman (eds.), The Legal Status of Pupils in Europe: Yearbook of the European
Association for Education Law and Policy, Educ. L. Rev. 208 (1999).
Review of N. Harris, Special Educational Needs and Access to Justice, 17 Civ. Just. Q. 71 (1998).
Admissions to School: Efficiency Versus Parental Choice? 10 Educ. & L. 19 (1998).