In this casebook, Jarvis, Goodwin, and Henslee provide a comprehensive introduction to the field of travel law. Combining leading cases and scholarly writings with numerous explanatory notes and thought-provoking questions, each chapter examines a different substantive topic: travel agents, common carriers (airlines, cruise ships, buses and trains), hotels, and attractions. The growing number of legal cases related to travel in the last decade indicates that this book will be of increased importance to attorneys interested in legal cases related to the travel, tourism, and hospitality industries. A teacher's manual is available.
"[A] very well-written, dynamic, and entertaining tour of each of the major components of the travel marketing and delivery system. It provides much needed definition and structure to the teaching of Travel Law and should inspire U.S. law schools to offer Travel Law courses to their students. I only wish that I could have taken a course in Travel Law when I attended law school and that this extraordinary casebook had been available." — International Travel Law Journal