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Glannon Guide to Torts: Learning Torts Through Multiple-Choice Questions and Analysis, Fourth Edition

  • Richard L. Hasen
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The proven Glannon Guide is a user-friendly study aid to use throughout the semester as a great supplement to (or substitute for) classroom lecture. Topics are broken down into manageable pieces and are explained in a conversational tone. Chapters are interspersed with hypotheticals like those posed in the classroom that include analysis of answers to ensure thorough understanding. Additionally, The Closer questions pose sophisticated hypotheticals at the end of each chapter to present cumulative review of earlier topics. More like classroom experiences, the Glannon Guide provides you with straightforward explanations of complex legal concepts, often in a humorous style that makes the material stick.

The user-friendly Glannon Guide is your proven partner throughout the semester when you need a supplement to (or substitute for) classroom lecture.

  • The material is broken into small, manageable pieces to help you master concepts.
  • Multiple-choice questions are interspersed throughout each chapter (not lumped at the end) to mirror the flow of a classroom lecture.
  • Correct and incorrect answers are carefully explained; you learn why they do or do not work.
  • You can rely on authority; the series was created by Joseph W. Glannon Harvard-educated, best-selling author of, among other legal texts, Examples & Explanations; Civil Procedure, now in its sixth edition.
  • The Closer poses a sophisticated problem question at the end of each chapter to test your comprehension.
  • A final Closing Closer provides you practice opportunity as well as a cumulative review of all the concepts from earlier chapters. You can check your understanding each step of the way.
  • More like classroom experiences, these Guides provide straightforward explanations of complex legal concepts, often in a humorous style that makes the material stick.
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Richard L. Hasen
UCLA School of Law

div Professor Richard L. Hasen is an internationally recognized expert in election law, writing as well in the areas of legislation and statutory interpretation, remedies, and torts. He is co-author of leading casebooks in election law and remedies. Hasen served in 2020 as a CNN Election Law Analyst and in 2022 serves as an NBC NewsMSNBC Election Law Analyst. He directs UCLA Law’s Safeguarding Democracy Project. From 2001-2010, he served (with Dan Lowenstein) as founding co-editor of the quarterly peer-reviewed publication, emElection Law Journalem. He is the author of over 100 articles on election law issues, published in numerous journals including the emHarvard Law Reviewem, emStanford Law Reviewem, and emSupreme Court Reviewem. He was elected to The American Law Institute in 2009 and serves as Reporter (with Professor Douglas Laycock) on the ALI’s law reform project: Restatement (Third) of Torts: Remedies. He also is an adviser on the Restatement (Third) of Torts: Concluding Provisions. Professor Hasen was named one of the 100 most influential lawyers in America by emThe National Law Journalem in 2013, and one of the Top 100 Lawyers in California in 2005 and 2016 by the emLos Angelesem and emSan Francisco Daily Journalem. His op-eds and commentaries have appeared in many publications, including The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, Politico, and Slate. Hasen also writes the often-quoted Election Law Blog, which the emABA Journalem named to its “Blawg 100 Hall of Fame” in 2015. The emGreen Bagem recognized his 2018 book, emThe Justice of Contradictions: Antonin Scalia and the Politics of Disruptionem, for exemplary legal writing, and his 2016 book, emPlutocrats Unitedem, received a Scribes Book Award Honorable Mention. His most recent book, emCheap Speech: How Disinformation Poisons Our Politics—and How to Cure Item, published in March 2022 by Yale University Press, was named one of the four best books on disinformation by the New York Times. Professor Hasen holds a B.A. degree (with highest honors) from UC Berkeley, and a J.D., M.A., and Ph.D. (Political Science) from UCLA. After law school, Hasen clerked for the Honorable David R. Thompson of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, and then worked as a civil appellate lawyer at the Encino firm Horvitz and Levy. From 1994-1997, Hasen taught at the Chicago-Kent College of Law and from 1998-2011 he taught at Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, where he was named the William H. Hannon Distinguished Professor of Law in 2005. From 2011-2022, Hasen was Chancellor’s Professor of Law and Political Science at the University of California, Irvine and Co-Director of the Fair Elections and Free Speech Center. He was a visiting professor at UCLA Law twice before joining the faculty in 2022.  div

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