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Emeritus Professor John Smillie

LLM (Otago) LLM JSD(Yale)

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Research Interests

Law of Torts, Civil Obligations

Contact

Email: john.smillie@otago.ac.nz

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Publications

Smillie, J. (2011). “Non-natural use”. New Zealand Law Journal, (April), 88-90.

Smillie, J. (2009). Remedies. In S. Todd (Ed.), The law of torts in New Zealand. (5th ed.) (pp. 1111-1151). Wellington, New Zealand: Brookers.

Smillie, J. (2009). Nuisance. In S. Todd (Ed.), The law of torts in New Zealand. (5th ed.) (pp. 461-515). Wellington, New Zealand: Brookers.

Smillie, J. (2009). Trespassing on land. In S. Todd (Ed.), The law of torts in New Zealand. (5th ed.) (pp. 423-460). Wellington, New Zealand: Brookers.

Smillie, J. (2009). The rule in Rylands v Fletcher. In S. Todd (Ed.), The law of torts in New Zealand. (5th ed.) (pp. 517-538). Wellington, New Zealand: Brookers.

Commissioned Report for External Body

Smillie, J. (2002). An Assessment of University Intellectual Property Policies. Commissioned by Association of University Staff. Wellington: Associate of University Staff. 20p.

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Authored Book - Research

Todd, S., Hughes, J., Burrow, J., Smillie, J., Hawes, C., & Beck, A. C. (2005). The Law of Torts in New Zealand (4th ed.). Wellington, New Zealand: Brookers, 1432p.

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Chapter in Book - Research

Smillie, J. (2009). Remedies. In S. Todd (Ed.), The law of torts in New Zealand. (5th ed.) (pp. 1111-1151). Wellington, New Zealand: Brookers.

Smillie, J. (2009). The rule in Rylands v Fletcher. In S. Todd (Ed.), The law of torts in New Zealand. (5th ed.) (pp. 517-538). Wellington, New Zealand: Brookers.

Smillie, J. (2009). Trespassing on land. In S. Todd (Ed.), The law of torts in New Zealand. (5th ed.) (pp. 423-460). Wellington, New Zealand: Brookers.

Smillie, J. (2009). Nuisance. In S. Todd (Ed.), The law of torts in New Zealand. (5th ed.) (pp. 461-515). Wellington, New Zealand: Brookers.

Smillie, J. (2008). Tort, contract and the limited liability company: Another look at Trevor Ivory Ltd v Anderson. In J. Finn & S. Todd (Eds.), Law, liberty, legislation: Essays in honour of John Burrows QC. (pp. 133-145). Wellington, New Zealand: LexisNexis.

Smillie, J. (2006). Who wants juristocracy? In R. Bigwood (Ed.), Public interest litigation: New Zealand experience in international perspective. (pp. 235-249). Wellington, New Zealand: LexisNexis.

Smillie, J. (2006). Law at the University 1979-2004. In J. Sullivan (Ed.), Occupied lawfully: Otago District Law Society 1979-2004. (pp. 56-69). Dunedin, New Zealand: Otago District Law Society.

Smillie, J. (2005). Trespassing on land. In The Law of Torts in New Zealand. (4th ed.) (pp. 360-394). Wellington, New Zealand: Brookers.

Smillie, J. (2005). Nuisance. In The Law of Torts in New Zealand. (4th ed.) (pp. 395-441). Wellington, New Zealand: Brookers.

Smillie, J. (2005). The rule in Rylands v Fletcher. In The Law of Torts in New Zealand. (4th ed.) (pp. 442-460). Wellington, New Zealand: Brookers.

Smillie, J. (2001). Trespassing on land. In S. Todd (Ed.), The Law of Torts in New Zealand. (pp. 445-489). Wellington: Brookers.

Smillie, J. (2001). The rule in Rylands v Fletcher. In S. Todd (Ed.), The Law of Torts in New Zealand. (pp. 543-561). Wellington: Brookers.

Smillie, J. (2001). Nuisance. In S. Todd (Ed.), The Law of Torts in New Zealand. (pp. 490-542). Wellington: Brookers.

Smillie, J. (2000). Patentability in Australia and New Zealand under the Statue of Monopolies. In C. E. F. Rickett & G. W. Austin (Eds.), International Intellectual Property and the Common Law World. (pp. 211-234). Oxford: Hart Publishing.

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Journal - Research Article

Smillie, J. (2011). “Non-natural use”. New Zealand Law Journal, (April), 88-90.

Smillie, J. (2008). Tort, contract, and the limited liability company: Reflections on Trevor Ivory Ltd v Anderson. New Zealand Business Law Quarterly, 14(2), 96-105.

Smillie, J. (2007). The future of negligence. Torts Law Journal, 15, 300-308.

Smillie, J. (2006). Who wants juristocracy? Otago Law Review, 11(2), 183-195.

Smillie, J. (2004). Digital copyright reform in New Zealand. European Intellectual Property Review, (7), 301-311.

Smillie, J. (2004). Legal support for technological protection measures. New Zealand Intellectual Property Journal, 3, 278-284.

Smillie, J. (2000). Is security of contract worth pursuing? Reflections on the function of contract law. Journal of Contract Law, 16, 148-157.

Smillie, J. (2000). Security of contract and the purpose of contract law. New Zealand Business Law Quarterly, 6(2), 104-113.

Smillie, J. (2000). Certainty and civil obligation. Otago Law Review, 9(4), 633-651.

Smillie, J. (1998). Law at Otago: 1873-1998. Otago Law Review, 9, 187-194.

Smillie, J. (1998). Exemplary damages and the criminal law. Torts Law Journal, 6, 113-122.

Smillie, J. (1997). Exemplary damages for personal injury. New Zealand Law Review, (1), 140-175.

Smillie, J. (1997). Exemplary damages and accident compensation: a response to Joanna Manning. New Zealand Law Review, (2), 314-318.

Smillie, J. (1996). Formalism, fairness and efficiency: civil adjudication in New Zealand. New Zealand Law Review, 254-274.

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Conference Contribution - Published proceedings: Full paper

Smillie, J. (1999). Is security of contract worth pursuing? Proceedings of the Tenth Annual Journal of Contract Law Conference on Security of Contract at the end of the 20th century. (pp. 68-84). Auckland: The Research Centre for Business Law. [Full Paper]

Smillie, J. (1999). Patentability under the Statute of Monopolies. Proceedings of the 1999 Fay Richwhite Conference on International Intellectual Property and the Common Law World. (pp. 172-183). Auckland: The Research Centre for Business Law. [Full Paper]

Smillie, J. (1996). Let's abolish negligence. The 1996 New Zealand Law Conference Papers: Vol 2. (pp. 142-145). Dunedin: New Zealand Law Society. [Full Paper]

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