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05 July 2012

352 Pages | 15 illus.

9.7 x 7.4 inches

ISBN: 9780199639564


Bookseller Code (06)

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Tort Law Directions

Third Edition

Vera Bermingham and Carol Brennan

  • The text includes many consistent and thought-provoking learning features in each chapter, such as chapter objectives, case summaries, thinking points, chapter summaries, and further reading suggestions, to offer students a high level of support and encourage students to engage actively with the material.
  • An extensive Online Resource Centre provides significant extra resources for both students and lecturers, such as a testbank of multiple-choice questions, podcasts of answers to frequently-asked questions, and updates to the law.
  • Covers all the core areas of tort law, combining an engaging approach with plenty of learning features to make this an ideal text for those new to the subject.
  • Key cases are discussed to illustrate the main principles of tort law; they help to bring the subject to life, allowing students to see how the law operates in practice.
  • The third edition of Tort Law Directions features an increased focus on the influence of Human Rights on Tort Law
  • New podcasts feature on the Online Resource Centre providing students with answers to frequently asked questions on Tort Law
  • Fully updated with recent case law highlighting how quickly Tort Law is developing particularly in areas of negligence, defences to defamation, liability, privacy and limitation.
  • Key cases from 2011 such as Mosley v UK provide the focus for an extended consideration of the use of the injunction in relation to privacy actions as well as Goodwin v NGN on anonymity
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