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Torts for Paralegals explores the wide variety of civil wrongs that can harm an individual and the remedies available to that injured party. Utilizing many practical learning tools, the text is a step-by-step approach in understanding private harms and proving their prima facie elements. The text is written in a very concise and sequential manner, beginning with intentional torts, continuing through the steps of negligence, and finishing with the different liabilities and agency law. The many practical assignments allow students to enjoy the study of torts and apply it to their work as practicing paralegals.
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Chapter 1: Tort Law: An IntroductionChapter 2: Intentional Torts Against the PersonChapter 3: Intentional Torts Against PropertyChapter 4: Defenses to Intentional TortsChapter 5: Negligence: Duty and Breach of DutyChapter 6: Negligence: Proximate CauseChapter 7: Negligence: DefensesChapter 8: DamagesChapter 9: Vicarious liabilityChapter 10: Premises Liability and the Doctrine of NuisanceChapter 11: Strict LiabilityChapter 12: Product LiabilityChapter 13: Other TortsChapter 14: Immunity from Tort LiabilityAppendix: United States Constitution and Bill of RightsGlossary