Cryptocurrencies in Public and Private Law
Edited by David Fox and Sarah Green
David Fox holds the Chair of Common Law at the University of Edinburgh. His teaching and research interests range across the law of property, trusts, and money in the common law and civil law traditions. His publications include Fox, D: Property Rights in Money, (OUP, 2008) and Fox, D, & Ernst, W (eds): Money in the Western Legal Tradition (OUP 2016). He is the contributor of the trust law chapters of McGhee, J (ed): Snell's Equity, 33rd (Sweet and Maxwell 2015).
Sarah Green is the Professor of Private Law at the University of Bristol. She worked in information technology practice before moving into legal academia. Professor Green has published widely, including two books: Green, S: Causation in Negligence (Hart, 2014) and Green, S, & Randall QC, J: The Tort of Conversion (Hart 2009). Her principal teaching is in the fields of Torts, Personal Property and Contract, reflecting her research focus in private and commercial law.