Advance praise for the third edition of McBride and Bagshaw's Tort Law: McBride and Bagshaw has now established itself as the best and most authoritative textbook on the law of torts. The accuracy and clarity with which the law is described is exemplary.' Robert Stevens, Professor of Commercial Law, University College, London McBride and Bagshaw's Tort Law is the best of the English student texts.' Jason Neyers, Associate Professor of Law, University of Western Ontario The authors provide excellent and quite clear explanations for the main principles of tort law, including discussions of hypothetical cases that are used to explain difficult concepts in ways that are very helpful for students.' William E O'Brian Jr, Associate Professor of Law, University of Warwick The third edition of McBride and Bagshaw's Tort Law has been fully updated and extensively rewritten to ensure that it continues to present the clearest and most insightful account of the law of tort available. Written in a lively, clear and friendly style infused with modern examples and references, Tort Law is an enjoyable read that makes this difficult area of the law easy to understand and master.Key features of the third 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*Updated to include recent developments in the law of tort, such as the House of Lords' decisions in Gregg v Scott and Chester v Afshar on liability for exposing someone else to a risk of harm, and in OBG v Allan on the scope of the economic torts Nick 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. mylawchamber Readers of this book can obtain regular updates on recent developments in tort law, plus case notes, sample questions and more at www.mylawchamber.co.uk/mcbride Case Navigator powered by LexisNexis Visit www.pearsoned.co.uk/casenavigator for unique online support that helps you improve your case reading and analysis skills in Tort Law. The LexisNexis element of Case Navigator is only available to those who currently subscribe to LexisNexis Butterworths services.show more