This text is intended to give students the chance to evaluate and assess their progress in the study of the law of torts. It shows students how to successfully tackle the sort of problems found in examination papers.
This latest book in the Emerald law Series, Guide to the Law of Tort, Revised edition, by Roger Caldwell, is the perfect introductory text to this complicated area dealing with negligence generally and liability for negligence and breach of duty. A Guide to the Law of Tort is the ideal book for all those who wish to develop their knowledge of this area, whether professional, layperson or student.
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Q&A Law of Torts offers a lifeline to students revising for exams. It provides clear guidance from experienced examiners on how best to tackle exam questions, and gives students the opportunity to practise their exam technique and assess their progress.
Mastering Torts presents in a clear, narrative form a doctrinal overview of the law of torts. Designed especially for law students, this hornbook-like treatment is a mixture of doctrinal condensation and factual exploration that can be used with the fourth edition of Studies in American Tort Law or with other torts casebooks.
The new edition of the number one study aid in Torts gives students even more assistance while continuing to uphold the standard of quality applauded by instructors nationwide. THE LAW OF TORTS: Examples & Explanations, Second Edition, provides the same kind of clear and engaging introductions to essential principles that made its predecessor such a lifesaver for first-year students. This paperback study guide demystifies the field through: the recognized teaching skills of its author - Joseph Glannon's best-selling CIVIL PROCEDURE: Examples & Explanations established the style of this series and secured his reputation among students as the author who makes complicated subjects understandable. a uniquely entertaining, conversational style coverage that parallels the standard casebook: intentional torts, negligence, causation, duty, damages, liability of multiple defendants, And The effect of the plaintiff's conduct extraordinarily well-crafted examples that apply legal concepts to particular fact situations a 'one-step-at-a-time' approach that begins with the basics and gradually builds students' analytical skills, knowledge, and confidence Significant changes For The Second Edition include: a brand-new, three-chapter section on Taking a Torts Essay Exam that addresses potential pitfalls and includes guidance, tips, sample exam questions and answers an expanded discussion of causation for greater clarity and accessibility new citations reflecting the most current law new examples and explanations throughout the text Help students enhance their understanding of Torts with THE LAW OF TORTS: Examples & Explanations, Second Edition. Recommend it to your students today! Also by Glannon: Civil Procedure: Examples & Explanations and don't forget Glannon's popular audio program: Fireside Civil Procedure: An Audio Companion
This accessible textbook provides an introductory guide to tort law, with a structured explanation of the key concepts and doctrines. Using a comparative approach, the discussion is illustrated with case law and provisions from three key jurisdictions: England, France and Germany. With liberal reference to other codes and cases from around the world, the book gives readers a contextual understanding and will appeal to classes with a global outlook. Key Features: Examples of different solutions show how tort law is implemented in a variety of jurisdictions Direct comparison of legal systems helps readers to match different kinds of property or damage in civil and common law systems Translated provisions from codes and statutes facilitate access to the systems of French and German law in particular Clarification of corresponding concepts and terminology, as well as guidelines and examples to help readers find their way in a legal environment that is not restricted to a single jurisdiction Introductory guidance to tort law systems outside Europe Providing readers with a working knowledge of major tort law systems as well as a greater understanding of the main concepts in tort law, this textbook will be an important resource for both undergraduate and postgraduate students.
The central goal of this book is to provide a state-of-the-art overview of the literature with respect to the economic analysis of tort law. It sure meets the challenge, offering with great expertise a comprehensive presentation of tort law in both economic and comparative perspectives. The clarity of the text, unusual in the law and economics literature, makes the book accessible to a broad readership of economists with a limited legal background and lawyers with limited economic skills. Olivier Moreteau, Louisiana State University, US Tort Law and Economics, ed. Michael Faure, provides a highly useful economic overview of the most important topics of tort law. The authors clearly show the main developments of the discussion, examining the results of recent studies and stating their own opinions. Detailed bibliographies are included. The volume has to be warmly recommended to friends and foes of economic analysis who are provided with a comprehensive update in this field while also indicating areas which critics have to focus on. Helmut Koziol, European Centre of Tort and Insurance Law, Austria This volume provides a state-of-the-art overview of the literature on the economic analysis of tort law. In sixteen chapters, the specialist authors guide the reader through the often vast literature in each domain providing a balanced and comprehensive summary. Particular attention is paid to the evolution of the field, further refinements to economic models and relevant conclusions and lessons for the policymaker. Tort Law and Economics is part of the Encyclopedia of Law and Economics, and enables readers, some not familiar with law and economics, to obtain an insight in the relevant economic literature concerning tort law and economics. This book will be of interest to lawyers and economists, practitioners and academics interested in accident law, tort law, insurance and regulation. It will also appeal to students in economic analysis of law and policymakers working on prevention of accidents, tort law or compensation of accident victims.