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Torts (LAW-522-006)
Popper

Meets: 06:00 PM - 07:50 PM (TTH) - Room 402

Enrolled: 77 / Limit: 90


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Textbooks and Other Materials

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Required texts: Primary casebook: Prosser, Schwartz, Kelly & Partlett, TORTS, CASES AND MATERIALS, Foundation Press, 12th ed. (2010). Supplemental materials: Popper, MATERIALS ON TORT REFORM (West 2010) (either the online version or hard copy – consider the online version - it is considerably less expensive)

First Class Readings

For the first class, please read pp. 1-4 (Introductory Comments), read and brief Garrett, p. 17, read Notes 1-5 following Gar¬rett, read Notes on pp. 22-24, read and brief Talmage, p. 28, read and brief Wallace v. Rosen, p.31. Please also read, SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL (attached to this syllabus), relevant to Garratt and Talmage. IMPORTANT: It is most unlikely that we will complete all this material the first class but it is useful to be prepared just in case.

Syllabus

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