Tort Law: Concepts and Applications
Tort Law: Concepts and Applications presents a comprehensive review of substantive American tort law with integrated practical applications and exercises designed to develop skills needed by paralegal, pre-law, business and other undergraduate majors with a career orientation. Each chapter of the text contains multiple scenario-based video cases dealing with practice, procedure and ethical issues in tort litigation that bring the world of the practicing paralegal into the classroom. At the end of each chapter are materials that assess a student’s grasp of basic terminology and concepts and exercises and applications to develop critical thinking and workplace skills. Videos are available to adopting instructors on DVD and students can access them online within MyLegalStudiesKit for Tort Law: Concepts and Applications. This new online resource website with book-specific content contains: Links to Online Resources, Web Assignments, Video Case Studies, Terminology Flashcards, and Pearson’s MySearchLab: Research, Grammar, and Writing Tools.
Specifications of Tort Law: Concepts and Applications
|Author||Hillary J. Michaud|
|Number Of Pages||336|
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