Travel law Quarterly

Welcome to Travel Law Quarterly

The Travel Law Quarterly (TLQ) was published four times a year in March, June, September and December from 2009 until 2014. It was aimed at a diverse readership: travel industry professionals, travel lawyers, regulators, academics and students of travel law – both in the UK and abroad. It covered all aspects of travel law: travel agency, tour operations, cruise law, air law, timeshare, hotel law as well as the regulation and licensing of the travel industry.

The website will remain live until December 2015 but after that its future is uncertain. Subscriptions are no longer available and contributors are no longer being sought. The content in the Materials section remains available as does the content in TLQ Online.

Limited numbers of hard copy back issues are available for purchase by contacting read more about the TLQ

December 2014

Journal number: [2014] TLQ Issue Four

Need Tickets to an Upcoming Concert? The Truth About Ticket Scalping Laws

IBA Leisure Industries Newsletter Number 42 2014

Travel Law Quarterly - Contribution to the Professional Literature over Six Years

Editorial Issue Four 2014

Lougheed v On The Beach - The Last Word on ‘Local Standards’?

The Go-Between

How Far are Schools Responsible for the Trips they Operate

Trick or Treat? The Supreme Court’s Refusal of Permission to Appeal in Huzar and Dawson

Europeans Attack Cherished British Institution

Neely v MacDonald: Good News for the Enforcement of Indemnity Clauses

Alcohol-Fuelled Assaults. What Should a Hospitality Provider Do?

New York Hotel’s Policy Against Negative Online Reviews Backfires