Michael is the Cassel Professor of Commercial Law at the London School of Economics and Professor of Law at the National University of Singapore. He is also a door tenant at 20 Essex Street Chambers. Michael is the author of a number of leading titles and the general editor of Benjamin’s Sale of Goods, as well as numerous academic articles.
His key recent books include: The Law of Personal Property Security (with Hugh Beale, Louise Gullifer and Eva Lomnicka) (Oxford University Press 2007), 845 and lxxvii pp, The International Sale of Goods (Oxford University Press, 3rd 2013), 770 and lxxipp, International Sale of Goods in the Conflict of Laws (with James Fawcett and Jonathan Harris) (Oxford University Press 2005), 1458 and cxiv pp, Personal Property Law (3rd ed Oxford University Press, 2002, Clarendon), 206 and xxxii pp, The Sale of Goods (Oxford University Press, 1997), 613 and civ pp (paperback impression with additional foreword 1998) (work on a new edition will commence soon).
Gerard is Professor of Commercial Law at the University of Manchester, having previously been a Professor at the University of Bristol for over ten years. He is an experienced author, whose recent works include: The Construction of Contracts: Interpretation, Implication, and Rectification (Oxford University Press, 2nd edn 2011), and McMeel and Virgo on Financial Advice and Financial Products: Law and Liability (co-authored with John Virgo) (OUP, 2007; second edition). Gerard is also a practising Barrister with chambers in Bristol (Guildhall Chambers) and London (Quadrant Chambers).
Louise is Professor of Commercial Law, and Fellow and Tutor in Law at Harris Manchester College, University of Oxford, and an associate member of 3 Verulam Buildings, Gray’s Inn.
She is an experienced author whose books include:
The Law of Personal Property Security co-authored with H. Beale, M. Bridge and E. Lomnicka OUP 2007 (2nd edition published April 2012). 4th edition of Goode, Legal Problems of Credit and Security Sweet & Maxwell 2008 (5th edition planned for 2013/4). Principles and Policy (with Jenny Payne) Hart 2011.
Sarah Worthington QC(hon), FBA is the Downing Professor of the Laws of England, University of Cambridge, a Fellow of Trinity College Cambridge, and an academic member of 3/4 South Square, Gray’s Inn. Her books on commercial equity and corporate law include Equity (2nd ed, 2006, OUP), Proprietary Interests in Commercial Transactions (1996, OUP), and Gower and Davies’ Principles of Modern Company Law (with Professor Paul Davies QC(hon) FBA). She is a contributing editor to Palmer’s Company Law, and author of the cases and materials books, Sealy’s Cases and Materials in Company Law (9th ed, 2010, 10th ed due 2012) and Personal Property Law: Cases and Materials (2000, Hart Publishing).