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LONGMAN LAW SERIES
Nicholas J McBride & Roderick Bagshaw
Editorial Advisory Board
Professor I H Dennis (University College, London)
Professor J A Usher (University of Exeter)
From the Preface: �??In this edition we have�?�attempted to produce the best student textbook on English tort law ever written.�??
Now in its second edition, Tort Law makes this difficult area of the law easy to understand and master. Written in a lively, clear and friendly style, Tort Law tells students all they need to know in order to approach their exams in this subject with confidence.
Key features of this edition:
· Explains and evaluates the rules and principles that make up English tort law in unparalleled depth and clarity
· Discusses in detail the facts and decisions in hundreds of tort law cases
· Introduces and critically considers the views of other tort law academics on a wide range of issues affecting tort law �?? includes a comprehensive bibliography of secondary literature on tort law
· Includes extensive analysis of the recent decisions of the House of Lords in Lister v Hesley Hall Ltd (2001), Kuddus v Chief Constable of Leicestershire (2001), Kuwait Airways Corpn v Iraqi Airways Co (Nos 4 & 5) (2002),Fairchild v Glenhaven Funeral Services Ltd (2002), Rees v Darlington Memorial NHS Trust (2003), Wainwright v Home Office (2003), Transco plc v Stockport MBC (2003), and Campbell v MGN (2004)
· Stays up-to-date via acclaimed website (see inside for details), which provides readers with regular updates on recent developments on tort law as well as giving students tips on how to approach their studies and exams
· New chapters on invasion of privacy and loss-compensation schemes
Students studying tort law at degree level or for the CPE/Graduate Diploma in Law will regard Tort Law as essential reading; as will students doing more advanced work on the law of obligations at undergraduate or graduate level. Academics, practitioners and judges working in the field of tort law will also find Tort Law an indispensable source of ideas, arguments and advice.
Nicholas J McBride is a Fellow of Pembroke College, Cambridge; he was formerly a Fellow of All Souls College, Oxford. Roderick Bagshaw is a Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford; he was formerly a Fellow of Mansfield College, Oxford.
Revue de presse :
Tort Law by McBride and Bagshaw is extremely comprehensive, covering many of the areas of a Tort law course and also additional areas which may be covered by other subjects.Each chapter conveys the information in an easy to understand and straight-forward manner. Each tort is explained by reference to examples. This is very useful as these hypothetic examples spell out the circumstances that the law attempts to address. The companion website is very useful with updates on the most recent cases which are useful for tort law, common law or consumer law student's. The updated cases also include some analytic content which is both thought provoking and useful.
Student Law Journal, University of Hull
'The authors provide an updating service on the Pearson website covering all new cases and statutes, and providing problems and model answers. This is a valuable resource for students (and lecturers) for a subject which is constantly on the march.'Christine Vallely, University of Wolverhampton, The Law Teacher Vol 37, No 1.
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