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Tort Law: Principles in Practice (w/ Connected Casebook Access!)

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Edition: 1st ed., 2014
Author(s): Underwood


SKU: 98134



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Tort Law: Principles in Practice is a book that is approachable and engaging for students and with all the tools necessary for the professor to delve into both the practices of tort law and the fascinating, guiding principles behind the doctrines and rules. This casebook offers students an accessible analytical approach to the principle issues in torts. Each chapter, subsection, and case is preceded by brief introductory text that frames the issues under discussion.


  • A blending of both old classics and modern relevant cases
  • Easy to follow organization with clear topic headings
  • Useful text to introduce the larger picture context for each section and case
  • Focused, limited notes following each case to engage the students
  • Numerous strategic problems within each section to stimulate further thinking
  • Engaging text boxes and pictures to capture the students’ imagination
  • Sample pattern jury instructions throughout the book to illustrate courts’ efforts to describe the law to jurors
  • Checklists to demonstrate proper analytical approaches to the issues
  • Helpful perspective notes at the end of each major section to summarize and highlight key facets of the materials.


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Format Hardcover
Author Underwood
ISBN 9781454851400
Edition 1st ed., 2014
Publisher Aspen Publishing