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Aspen Treatise for Torts: Introduction to Law

Authors
  • Richard A. Epstein
Series / Aspen Treatise Series
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Description
When you want to recommend a current and accessible introductory text to use alongside your torts casebook, you now have a new alternative. Richard Epstein, a recognized expert in the field, presents Introduction to Torts to provide an intelligent overview for the first-year law student. His balanced presentation of essential topics makes the book as approachable as it is up-to-date. No other ancillary book provides such a thorough and timely treatment. When you examine this powerful introductory tool, be sure to notice its:

  • Comprehensive coverage - Epstein addresses all the topics of the typical first-year Torts course, along with thought-provoking discussions of the underlying theory.
  • Clear, concise writing - Open your examination copy to any page, read a sample passage, and you'll see Introduction to Torts is distinctly readable.
  • Quality of analysis - Epstein deals with controversial questions in a balanced and understandable style.

Introduction to Torts fits with a wide variety of materials and will give students extra help, expecially in the most difficult aspects of the course. If you want your students to gain a solid command of the fundamental principles of modern Tort Law, recommend the most intellectually rich book with the most complete coverage - Richard Epstein's Introduction to Torts .

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Product Information
Publication date
1999-06-16
Copyright Year
2023
Pages
740
Paperback
9780735500471
Connected eBook (Digital Only)
9798889065289
Subject
Tort Law
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