Now with a new co-author, the sixth edition of Tort Law and Practice continues to provide a rich context for the study of tort law fundamentals and policies. This innovative, student-friendly casebook thoroughly develops the core torts principles, and enhances student learning through the use of cases, notes, questions, and problems, as well as element summaries and flow charts.
The materials also provide frequent opportunities to consider the application of tort law in the context of social justice issues related to race, ethnicity, gender, and sexuality. For example, the book treats important but often overlooked issues of fairness in tort damages based on minority status and gender, especially in cases involving young children. To identify the location of such materials in the casebook, there is a new Diversity and Inclusion Index.
The sixth edition is accompanied by a newly-revised teaching manual and access to newly created assessment materials.
If you are a professor teaching in this field you may request a complimentary copy.