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Tort Law: The Essentials, Third Edition

  • Mark Geistfeld
Series / Essentials Series
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Tort Law: The Essentials is part of Aspen’s new Essentials Series, which takes a “forest rather than the trees” approach by first exposing students to the subject as a whole before delving deeply into individual legal rules. This insightful paperback concentrates on the fundamentals and uses an informal, personal style to explain the essential concepts and doctrines of tort law. Suitable for use with any casebook, this resource will help students recognize and understand how common themes enhance their ability to comprehend doctrinal issues.
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Mark Geistfeld
New York University School of Law

Mark Geistfeld is the Sheila Lubetsky Birnbaum Professor of Civil Litigation at New York University School of Law, where he has been a member of the fulltime faculty since 1991. Professor Geistfeld received his J.D. from Columbia University, after having served as Editor-in-Chief of the Columbia Law Review. He also received a Ph.D in economics from Columbia, with highest distinction, and a M.A. in economics from the University of Pennsylvania. His primary teaching areas are Insurance, Products Liability, and Torts. He has also taught Law and Economics. Professor Geistfeld is a Senior Editor of the Journal of Tort law, an academic contributor to Black#39;s Law Dictionary, and a referee for peer-reviewed scholarly journals and university presses. He formerly was the Director of the Masters of Comparative Jurisprudence program at NYU, and is now a Co-Director of the NYU Center for Law and Economics.

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