Review(s) from previous edition "Clearly written, allows all students to understand tort while enabling stronger students to think critically and challenge traditional approaches." --Avis Whyte, Senior Research Fellow and Senior Lecturer, Westminster School of Law"Very impressed: the authors explain the complexities clearly without sacrificing depth. An excellent combination of legal analysis and contextual discussion. " --Colm O'Cinneide, Lecturer in Law, University College London"Horsey & Rackley is very good and clearly written; the 'pause for reflection' sections, followed by questions, work extremely well. " --Jose Miola, Senior Lecturer in Law, University of Leicester
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About the Author
Kirsty Horsey studied law at Kent Law School and followed this with a PhD in the area of medical/family law. She is currently a Lecturer in Law at Kent Law School, teaching contract and tort law to undergraduate students across all years, as well as some family law. Her main research interests lie in the overlap of medical and family law, particularly in the area of assisted reproduction. In 2007 Kirsty was the joint recipient of the Barbara Morris Learning Support Prize 2007, awarded by the University of Kent for teaching excellence. Erika Rackley is a Lecturer in the Law School at Durham University. She studied law at Cardiff University and for her PhD at Kent Law School. She has taught tort law at Kent, Leicester, and Durham Universities. Her main research interests are broadly in the field of feminism, gender and law, particularly in relation to judicial diversity.