Tort Law: Concepts And Applications (Paperback)

[Hillary Michaud] | 448 pages.

Published by Prentice Hall on 28 Feb. 2010.

For courses in Torts and Tort Law.

Developed to address the need for a more comprehensive and detailed text, this book provides substantive tort law coverage while teaching practical employment skills. Each chapter includes in-text examples that emphasize case law, statutes and key points. End-of-chapter material focuses on employment skills that are useful in the legal field, business, and other careers. A unique DVD accompanies the text, complete with tort-related video cases and discussion questions for each chapter’s cases. Going beyond providing tort law resources, it fosters skills useful in any specialization, including critical thinking, analysis, drafting, briefing, legal research and related skills.

Hillary J. Michaud

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.

Tort Law: Concepts and Applications Video Cases

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. A DVD containing these videos is available free of charge to adopters and students may access the video cases from the Companion Website.

Companion Website

Go to for links to online resources,  practice quizzes, and to view the video case studies presented in the text.

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This online course features robust instructional modules deliverable in most distance learning platforms. For more information contact your sales representative or call 800-635-1579.

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