Gender Injustice in Compensating Injury to Autonomy in English and Singaporean Negligence Law

@article{KerenPaz2018GenderII,
  title={Gender Injustice in Compensating Injury to Autonomy in English and Singaporean Negligence Law},
  author={Tsachi Keren-Paz},
  journal={Feminist Legal Studies},
  year={2018},
  volume={27},
  pages={33-55}
}
  • T. Keren-Paz
  • Published 22 November 2018
  • Law
  • Feminist Legal Studies
The extent to which English law remedies injury to autonomy (ITA) as a stand-alone actionable damage in negligence is disputed. In this article I argue that the remedy available is not only partial and inconsistent (Keren-Paz in Med Law Rev, 2018) but also gendered and discriminatory against women. I first situate the argument within the broader feminist critique of tort law as failing to appropriately remedy gendered harms, and of law more broadly as undervaluing women’s interest in… 
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