The Law of Torts: Examples and Explanations
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
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