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2016

Hughes, John and Agapiou, Andrew and Blackie, John (2016) Legal developments in relation to concurrent delay : the position of the English and Scottish courts. In: Proceedings of the CIB 2016 World Building Congress. Tampere University of Technology, Tampere, Finland, pp. 592-603. ISBN 978-952-15-3743-1

2013

Nicolson, Donald and Blackie, John (2013) Corroboration in Scots law : "archaic rule” or “invaluable safeguard”? Edinburgh Law Review, 17 (2). pp. 152-183. ISSN 1364-9809

2006

Blackie, John (2006) The torts provisions of the study group on a European civil code. In: European tort law: Eastern and Western perspectives. Stämpfli Publishers, Berne, Switzerland, pp. 55-80. ISBN 3727226420

Blackie, John and Reid, Elspeth (2006) Personal bar. SULI: Scottish Universities Law Institute . W. Green, Scotland. ISBN 0414014642 (Unpublished)

2005

Blackie, J.W.G. (2005) T B Smith as a legal historian. In: Mixed legal system in transition: T. B. Smith and the progress of scots law. Edinburgh Studies in Law, 1 . Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, UK, pp. 73-99. ISBN 0748623353

Blackie, J.W.G. and Farlam, I. (2005) Enrichment by the act of the party enriched. In: Mixed legal systems in comparative perspective: property and obligations in Scotland and South Africa. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK, pp. 469-497. ISBN 0199271003

2004

Blackie, John (2004) Andrew MacDougall, Lord Bankton. In: Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK.

Blackie, John (2004) The interference problem in contract and tort in the United Kingdom. In: The interact of contract law and tort and property law in Europe - A comparative study. Sellier, München. ISBN 3935808208

2003

Blackie, John (2003) Review of J Edelman: Gain based damages - contract, tort, equity and intellectual property. Legal Studies, 23 (1). pp. 195-198. ISSN 0261-3875

Blackie, John (2003) Convergence of the common law and the civil law - the Scottish experience. Hanse Law School Cahier, 3.

Blackie, John and Huntley, John and Cathcart, Craig (2003) Misunderstandings. In: Contract: Cases and Materials. W. Green, Edinburgh, UK. ISBN 041401281X

Blackie, John (2003) Tort/delict in the work of the European Civil Code project of the Study Group on a European Civil Code. In: Grundstrukturen des Europaischen Deliktsrecht. NOMOS, Baden-Baden, pp. 133-146.

2002

Blackie, John (2002) Tort law and a civil code for Europe - a United Kingdom perspective. In: Um Codigo civil para a Europa/ A civil code for Europe, Boletim da faculdade de direito, Coimbra, studia juridica 64 (2002). Universidade de Coimbra, Portugal, pp. 227-242.

2001

Blackie, John and Patrick, H. (2001) Medical treatment. In: Children's Rights in Scotland (2nd ed). W. Green / Sweet and Maxwell, Edinburgh, UK, pp. 201-225. ISBN 0414013492

Blackie, John (2001) Old and foreign: history, historiography and comparative law. In: The state of Scots law: law and government after the devolution settlement. Butterworths, Edinburgh, UK, pp. 75-96. ISBN 0406944520

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