Professor Strong Publishes Article in Leading English Law Review

Professor S.I. Strong recently wrote an article applying default theory to the question of dispute system design in order to understand the continuing debate about the privatization of civil justice in England and Wales.  The article, “Defining the Litigation Default,” 37 Civil Justice Quarterly 463 (2018), offers helpful new insights into the structure and operation of the Civil Procedure Rules and provides policymakers with the means of achieving a more coherent approach to the relationship between judicial and non-judicial forms of dispute resolution, thereby improving both the understanding and delivery of civil justice in England and Wales.

The article was written while Professor Strong was on research leave at the Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law in Hamburg, Germany.