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Professor Elspeth Christie Reid

Professor of Scottish Private Law

MA LLB DipLP FRSE

Tel: +44 (0)131 650 2002

Email: elspeth.reid@ed.ac.uk

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Elspeth Reid's main research interests are in Scottish private law. She is currently working on a monograph for Edinburgh University Press on The Scots Law of Delict. Her book on Personality, Confidentiality and Privacy in Scots Law was published in 2010 by W Green for the Scottish Universities Law Institute. Her other publications include Personal Bar (with John Blackie) published in 2006, also by the Scottish Universities Law Institute, and she has written extensively on the law of delict in comparative perspective. She has published articles on Russian legal matters and translated and edited numerous Russian texts. She was Editor of the Edinburgh Law Review from 2002 until 2006. She is currently Series Editor of the Edinburgh Studies in Law monograph series published by Edinburgh University Press, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, an Associate Member of the International Academy of Comparative Law and also a qualified solicitor.

Research Interests

Elspeth Reid's main research interests are in Scottish private law. She is currently working on a monograph for Edinburgh University Press on The Scots Law of Delict. Her book on Personality, Confidentiality and Privacy in Scots Law was published in 2010 by W Green for the Scottish Universities Law Institute. Her other publications include Personal Bar (with John Blackie) published in 2006, also by the Scottish Universities Law Institute, and she has written extensively on the law of delict in comparative perspective. She has published articles on Russian legal matters and translated and edited numerous Russian texts. She was Editor of the Edinburgh Law Review from 2002 until 2006. She is currently Series Editor of the Edinburgh Studies in Law monograph series published by Edinburgh University Press, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, an Associate Member of the International Academy of Comparative Law and also a qualified solicitor.