The fifth edition of Lunney and Oliphant's market-leading tort law text provides a complete, authoritative guide to the subject. The book combines clear overviews of the law with well-chosen extracts from cases and materials supported by insightful commentary.
The sixth edition of this celebrated book brings together a selection of carefully chosen extracts from cases and materials with insightful author text. Each section begins with a clear overview of the law, followed by illustrating extracts from case law and from government reports and scholarly literature, which are supported by the authors' expert explanation and analysis. Opportunities for further research are highlighted by the many suggestions for additional readings that are woven throughout the text. This approach enables students to gain a rich and contextual understanding of the law of tort.
Tort Law: Text and Materials combines the best features of a stand-alone textbook with those of a traditional materials volume. Detailed introductions develop the authoritative commentary, and set the materials in context.
Tort Law: Text, Cases, and Materials offers a stimulating overview of tort law. It provides a sound analysis of the key principles before exploring a wide range of critical perspectives through an extensive selection of cases and materials. This is a complete stand-alone resource designed to map directly to undergraduate courses.
'Tort Law' offers a stimulating introduction to the subject. Jenny Steele provides a sound analysis of the key principles before exploring a wide range of critical perspectives through an extensive selection of cases and materials.
Complete Tort Law: Text, Cases, & Materials combines extracts from a wide range of recent cases with clear explanatory text to create a complete resource for students. A wealth of features provide a high level of support, making this an ideal introduction to tort law.
This new Text, Cases and Materials adopts a modern approach to the law of tort, presenting the key cases and statutes alongside a selection of the most important critical writings on the law. A variety of critical perspectives (economic, leftist, feminist, etc) are explored. The aim throughout is to present tort law as a living entity, responding to contemporary stimuli at each stage of its development. Each section begins with a textual introduction by the authors; more detailed commentary follows the extracts. It will be useful both as a stand-alone coursebook and also as a traditional sourcebook supplementing an independent text. Tort Law is easier to follow and more suitable for use as a stand-alone coursebook than many of its competitors for several reasons. First, it includes a higher proportion of text to extracts; it also incorporates a greater number of extracts from critical writings on the law, thus representing a wider range of critical perspectives than are found in rival sourcebooks
This is an account of the modern law of contract by a leading authority in the field. Through this fresh approach to the subject students should obtain a firm understanding of the central doctrines and the controversies associated with them.