- Publisher: Pearson Education Limited
- Format: Mixed media product | 934 pages
- Dimensions: 170mm x 239mm x 52mm | 1,640g
- Publication date: 9 July 2013
- Publication City/Country: Harlow
- ISBN 10: 1292010754
- ISBN 13: 9781292010755
- Edition: 4, Student edition
- Edition statement: Student
- Sales rank: 218,614
This package includes a physical copy of Tort Law, 4/e by McBride as well as access to the eText and MyLawChamber. The essential guide to all aspects of Tort Law, you can rely on this textbook to give your students a thorough understanding of the subject, expose them to the key academic debates and research in this often controversial area, offer further reading suggestions and ensure that they are able to apply their subject knowledge and legal reasoning skills to problematic tort law scenarios. MyLawChamber is a complete online teaching and learning platform designed to improve results by helping students quickly master concepts, and by providing educators with a robust set of tools for easily gauging and addressing the performance of students. MyLawChamber engages students with high-quality multimedia learning experiences that help law students excel. In every exercise, students receive immediate feedback so they see mistakes right away, learn precisely which concepts are holding them back, and master concepts through targeted practice. For Students: * Case Navigator (in conjunction with LexisNexis), a tool to help improve students' case reading and comprehension skills. * Virtual Lawyer, an interactive scenario-based programme to help students apply their knowledge of the law to problem questions. For Educations: * Pearson eText, a fully-searchable electronic version of your chosen text which you can customise, annotate, highlight and bookmark. * Test banks of multiple-choice-questions providing formative assessment.
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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.
Table of contents
1. The Basics 2. Trespass to the Person 3. The Human Rights Act 1998 4. Claims in Negligence 5. Duty of Care - Introduction 6. Duty of Care - Acts 7. Duty of Care - Omissions 8. Breach of Duty 9. Causation 10. Actionability 11. Occupiers' Liability 12. Product Liability 13. Liability for Animals 14. Trespass to Land 15. Private Nuisance 16. The Rule in Rylands v Fletcher 17. Torts to Things 18. Torts to Intangible Property 19. Defamation 20. Harassment 21. Invasion of Privacy 22. Breach of Statutory Duty 23. Public Nuisance 24. The Economic Torts 25. Abuse of Power Torts 26. Defences 27. Nominal Damages 28. Compensatory Damages 29. Aggravated Damages 30. Exemplary Damages 31. Gain-Based Damages 32. Vindicatory Damages 33. Injunctions 34. Wrongful Death Claims 35. Other Third Party Claims 36. Accessory Liability 37. Vicarious Liability 38. Loss Compensation Schemes