Torts and Compensation: Personal Accountability and Social Responsibility for Injury

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West, 2009 - Law - 661 pages
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The Concise Version is newly streamlined for professors who teach a four-unit course or who want to cover fewer pages per day yet to retain complete coverage. The Concise Edition tracks the Standard Edition, but aims at cutting an additional 200 pages by trimming notes and cases and omitting some cases in favor of a short textual summary, or in one instance, substituting a shorter case. It also omits defamation, fraud, and other economic and dignitary torts, as well as some practice-oriented material. The result is a substantially shorter casebook that nevertheless provides the coverage most teachers want.

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I learned that Torts are not just tasty treats. This casebook was the easiest to read of this 1L year. Large printing and short cases. Torts was fun. Except for the prof who screwed everyone who followed the word limit on the exam. Lesson learned law professors are bastards. Read full review

Contents

Table of Cases
xxvii
Aims Approaches and Processes
2
Trial Procedures
17
Copyright

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