Summary: THE LAW OF TORTS: Examples and Explanations Little, Brown proudly introduces a lively and clearly-written new study guide for Trots courses that parallels the basic coverage of first-year torts casebooks to help your students understand this confussing area of the law and enhance their class preparation.
In THE LAW OF TORTS: Example and Explanations, Joseph Glannon explains fundamental concepts and doctrines in torts through:
conci ...show morese, clearly written text a mix of practical real-world problems that engage students in the subject matter
lucid textual explanations that help students review the material and reinforce their understanding
Organized in eight parts, Glannon's new torts book begins with a discussion of intentional torts and moves to negligence, causation, and the duty element. Subsequent chapters address damages for personal injury, an analysis of a personal injury case, liability of multiple defendants, and the effect of plaintiff's conduct.
As part of the Little, Brown Examples and Explanations Series, this helpful text can be used in the classroom or for independent study. Students respond well to Glannon's distinctive practice-oriented approach, as shown by his best-selling book CIVIL PROCEDURE. For your next Torts course, adopt or recommend Joseph Glannon's THE LAW OF TORTS: Examples and Explanations and you'll save valuable class time otherwise spent explaining the basics. ...show less