Tort Law: Text, Cases, and Materials
Tort Law: Text, Cases, and Materials offers a clear, thorough, and engaging guide to tort law. The author's clarity of expression enables the reader to gain a secure understanding of the fundamental principles of the subject, whilst also facilitating an appreciation of the more complex tensions and debates surrounding the contemporary law of tort. This stimulating text presents a wide range of critical perspectives and an excellent selection of extracts from cases and academic commentaries, providing students with the detailed knowledge and analytical tools required to engage fully with this fascinating subject. The book is intended to be both a stand-alone text and to provide students with a comprehensive source of relevant mateirals, and undergraduates will find everything they need in this one convenient and easy-to-use volume. Online Resource Centre - Regular updates - Web links to guide students in further study
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