Projects per year
Jonathan Brown joined the law school as a lecturer in Scots private law in August 2019, having previously held the post of lecturer in law at Aberdeen's Robert Gordon University (2017-2019). Jonathan considers himself to be a private law generalist and he has a keen interest in Scottish legal history. His recent publications have included an examination of Scots law as it pertains to the withdrawal of medical treatment from terminally ill infants, an investigation into the effect of the 'classic' definition of 'slavery' on the Human Trafficking and Exploitation (Scotland) Act 2015, and a comment on the Defamation and Malicious Publications (Scotland) Bill 2019.
Jonathan is the module coordinator of the M9362 Roman Law module and the M9112 Voluntary Obligations class. He also teaches aspects of commercial law and the law of involuntary obligations. As a result of his LLM degree in advocacy, he is very supportive of student mooting and is keen to encourage this pursuit at Strathclyde.
1/10/14 → 25/06/20
Project: Research Studentship - Internally Allocated
Obligations, consent and contracts in Scots law: re-analysing the basis of medical malpractice liability in light of Montgomery v Lanarkshire Health BoardBrown, J., 18 Jan 2021, In: Legal Studies. 26 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile3 Downloads (Pure)
Detention of private persons by private persons as a delictual wrong: liability for deprivation of liberty in Scots private lawBrown, J., 16 Nov 2020, In: University of St. Andrews Law Journal . 1, 1, p. 41-55 14 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile12 Downloads (Pure)
Corpus vile or corpus personae? The status of the human body, its parts and its derivatives in Scots LawAuthor: Brown, J., 25 Jun 2020
Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis
Jonathan Brown (Advisor)18 Jan 2020 → …
Activity: Membership types › Membership of council