Professor Philip Rawlings
Professor Philip Rawlings is the Roy Goode Professor of Commercial Law, Deputy Head of the Centre for Commercial Law Studies (CCLS), QMUL, and Director of the Insurance Law Institute at CCLS. He is a member of the committee of the British Insurance Law Association. His teaching is principally in insurance law.
He researches the law of insurance, banking and sales, as well as legal history and criminal justice. Among current research projects are continuing work on the history of insurance regulation in the UK (an article on the eighteenth century is published in the Oxford Journal of Legal Studies), and a paper on insurance as an instrument of social policy (with Dr Joanna Wilson of Sussex University), along with continuing responsibility for the first three chapters of Benjamin's Sale of Goods (supplement 2016, new edition to be published 2017).