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Course Notes: Tort Law Kindle Edition

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'This book is perfect for students who are coming to the subject for the first time....Understanding the law in its most simple form is essential, and this book allows you to do this.'


Amy Clatworthy - 3rd Year Law Undergraduate, University of Exeter

'This is a fabulous addition to the student book market... I only wish it had been available when I was a student!'


Dr. L Trickett, Nottingham Law School, UK

About the Author

Brendan Greene is a senior lecturer in Law at the University of Northampton. He is an experienced law teacher and author.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1096 KB
  • Print Length: 215 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1444146564
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  • Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (11 Jan. 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00B0YWJR2
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews
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I loved this book! As a visually orientated student I found the book interesting, easy to follow, and very quick to retain to memory. An easy follow layout throughout the chapters with a diagram overview at the beginning of each. End of chapter questions highlight any weaknesses in the knowledge gained.
This book is perfect to use at the beginning of the course as a taster of what is to come, and then again at exam time for condensed information retention. Perfect for relieving those moments of confusion, (that many students suffer from) while reading large text books.
A must have for students at exam time. It's like having perfect notes, in book form!
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This book is great for any undergraduate law student. I have just finished my second year and took a look at this book as a review for my advanced tort course for the upcoming year. This book assists with the basics of tort law, but by all means is not the only book you should rely on during your course if you aim for a high grade. I found that the book was clearly set out (summaries, maps, diagrams, sample questions etc.), however the book needs some updating -- some of the cases mentioned are so old in the topic of economic loss(Anns v Merton should not have been mentioned, better to cover D and F Estates or Murphy) and in the topic of causation more important cases such as Sienkiewicz [2011] should have been included. Overall, I do recommend reading this book in conjunction with a textbook. It's a good introduction to get a brief sense of what tort law is about and a good review guide to recap the whole course.
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Clear and concise. Good for an introduction to study for tutorials/seminars, or for the exam period.
This is a great study guide. I relied heavily on books of the sort in my 1st year, and I know this book will be very useful during my 2nd, as many textbooks are written in a way that over complicates the study of Law.
Unlike many books on the subject, this book is very accessible and easy to read. One of the best aspects is the way the authors have drawn attention to the contemporary debates within Tort law. There is plenty of constructive criticism and the law is set in its policy and historical setting, helping the reader to understand the broader aspects of the law.
This book compliments the course perfectly and is overall an excellent introduction to the law of Tort.
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An amazing tool for all law students!
The layout is accessible and there is a page explaining the book as well as the accompanying website. The aim of the book is to consolidate on the key areas of tort law whilst providing checkpoints and research points for students to engage in the subject. Well worth reading!
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