Torts and personal injury law
Most of the cases in Torts and Personal Injury Law have been decided since 2000, making this the most up-to-date text available on this area of law. The text features the most memorable cases and examples to make the content thought provoking and of great interest to the student. In particular, it addresses computer tort cases which are timely and generally attract students attention.
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Introduction to the American Legal System
Introduction to Torts and Legal Analysis
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