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Perspectives on Tort Law
by:Robert L. Rabin
<p> With Robert Rabin’s <b>Perspectives on Tort Law</b>, students will gain a thorough understanding of the relevant legal principles – case by case, issue by issue. Presenting the text as an exploration of the ideological roots of tort law, the material can be used as either a supplementary volume in an introductory course...
<p> With Robert Rabin’s <b>Perspectives on Tort Law</b>, students will gain a thorough understanding of the relevant legal principles – case by case, issue by issue. Presenting the text as an exploration of the ideological roots of tort law, the material can be used as either a supplementary volume in an introductory course or as the primary text in an advanced course or seminar. </p> <p> <b>Look for this text to include: </b> </p> <ul> <li> <b>Essays</b> written over the past century <b>by tort scholars Oliver Wendell Holmes, Charles Gregory, James Henderson</b>, and others on the development and rationale of the United States tort system </li> <li> Extensive <b>coverage of consideration of liability for unintentional harm</b> , along with additional <b>coverage of negligence, strict liability, no-fault compensation systems,</b> and r<b>eferences to foreign systems </b> </li> </ul> <p> </p> <p> </p> <p> </p>
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