Elliott & Quinn's Tort Law

Series
Pearson
Author
Frances Quinn  
Publisher
Pearson
Cover
Softcover
Edition
12
Language
English
Total pages
472
Pub.-date
May 2019
ISBN13
9781292251448
ISBN
1292251441


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Description

Elliott & Quinn’s Tort Law is the number one choice for law students looking for a tort law textbook which:

  • Straightforward coverage of the fundamental legal principles written by an author team known for making the subject easy to understand without compromising on academic rigour.

  • Succinct coverage of all key cases and their principles and implications, and the opportunity to practise applying these to exam-style questions.

  • An understanding of how the law operates and its real world context, academic and social debates in the area, and an overview of future reform options to help you develop your own views on the effectiveness of the current laws.

Features

  • The authors’ trademark clarity of writing combines with complete coverage of the key topics, case law and statutes at play required for use on any programmes where a strong understanding of tort law is required.

  • Areas of academic debate, criticisms of the current law and reform options are highlighted throughout the text to encourage you to analyse and develop your own views on the more controversial areas of tort law.

  • Key case boxes throughout help you to identify and understand the legal principles developed from leading case law.

  • A new ‘bigger picture’ feature highlights the legal issues behind high profile new stories setting the law in its real-world context.

  • Essay and problem questions, with answer guidance available online help you practice answering exam style questions.

A free companion website is also available at www.pearsoned.co.uk/elliottquinn providing further materials to support you in your study and revision.

New to this Edition

Fully updated with all the latest legal developments in tort law, this 12th edition also includes:

  • A new ‘The Bigger Picture’ feature which highlights the legal issues behind high profile news stories, helping you to see the real-world application of the law.

  • Revamped, checklist-style end of chapter case summaries, for easy revision.

  • New essay and problem questions, with answer guidance available online to support your revision.

Free access to a companion website with additional resources to support your study, available at www.pearsoned.co.uk/elliottquinn.

Table of Contents

Brief Contents

 

Preface
Acknowledgements
Table of cases
Tables of statutes, statutory instruments and European legislation

 

1 Tort law: an introduction
2 Negligence: elements of the tort
3 Negligence: causation, defences, limitation and criticism
4 Negligence: psychiatric injury
5 Negligence: economic loss
6 Negligence: public bodies
7 Employers’ liability
8 Occupiers’ liability
9 Product liability
10 Breach of statutory duty
11 Defamation
12 Privacy
13 Nuisance
14 The rule in Rylands v Fletcher
15 Trespass to land
16 Trespass to the person
17 Joint and several liability
18 Vicarious liability
19 Remedies in tort

 

Appendix: Answering examination questions
Glossary
Index

Back Cover

What do you need from your Tort Law textbook?

  • Straightforward coverage of the fundamental legal principles written by an author team known for making the subject easy to understand without compromising on academic rigour.

  • Succinct coverage of all key cases and their principles and implications, and the opportunity to practise applying these to exam-style questions.

  • An understanding of how the law operates and its real world context, academic and social debates in the area, and an overview of future reform options to help you develop your own views on the effectiveness of the current laws.

 

With Elliott & Quinn’s Tort Law you get all of this, and much more.

 

This 12th edition also includes:

  • A new ‘The Bigger Picture’ feature which highlights the legal issues behind high profile news stories, helping you to see the real-world application of the law.

  • Revamped, checklist-style end of chapter case summaries, for easy revision.

  • New essay and problem questions, with answer guidance available online to support your revision.

Free access to a companion website with additional resources to support your study, available at www.pearsoned.co.uk/elliottquinn.

Author

Frances Quinn (LLB) is an award-winning journalist with a particular interest in, and experience of, the law.

 

The late Catherine Elliott (LLB, DEA) was a qualified barrister and experienced university lecturer, who wrote extensively in the field of law.

 

 

 

Consultant editor: Mariette Jones is a Senior Lecturer in Law at Middlesex University.