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Publication Date: 1981
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
Henderson, James A., Jr., Pearson, Richard N.
With its problem approach & student-friendly presentation, THE TORTS PROCESS continues to gain an ever-increasing number of loyal users. Now fully updated & strengthened for its Fifth Edition, this successful casebook remains an effective & engaging resource for the required first-year Torts course. The authors maintain the qualities that have been praised by adopters: A problem appraoch that challenges student understanding through the use of theoreticl & real-life situations A clear & balanced presentation that enables students to understand the overarching structure & orgnization of tort law better than any other book A lively mix of problems, cases, excerpts, notes, & questions THE TORT PROCESS, Fifth Edition, offers: Revised chapter openers, introductions, & summaries for easier use. More transitional text, new headings drawing attention to key points, & fewer law review notes to help students focus on important topics. Introductory text that explains case selection, & new cses reflecting current legal issues. New hypotheticals. A brief explanation of the nontraditonal approach to negligence. Additional examples on causation for more illustrative detail The chapter on negligence now appearing earlier. Economic analysis integrated into the text. Increased coverage of intentional torts. The new Teacher's Manual provides even more guidance on how to use the problem method effectively. It includes a section on how to use the book to teach torts in one semester, complete with syllabi.Henderson, James A., Jr. is the author of 'Torts Process', published 1981 under ISBN 9780316356053 and ISBN 0316356050.