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Tort Law covers an awful lot of legal concepts that can be quite confusing. You will likely be baffled by the poorly organised subject guide and textbook. Attending lectures may not help you much because your professor may be a great scholar but not a good teacher. Unfortunately, it is a qualifying module which means law firm employers expect you to get a very good result, but sadly every year many students fail to do well. Your inability to secure a first or high 2.1 will seriously undermine your employability when potential employers read your transcript. As an experienced legal educator, we know exactly what you should do to smash this module. Our high-performance law notes will fully prepare you for the exam and help you achieve academic success. See for yourself now.


1. Introduction
2. Types of Tort
3. Negligence
4. Duty of Care
5. Breach of Duty
6. Causation
7. Remoteness
8. Proximate Cause
9. Intervening Cause
10. Strict Liability
11. Product Liability
12. Public Liability
13. Vicarious Liability
14. Pure Economic Loss
15. Pure Psychiatric Harm
16. Employers’ Liability
17. Occupiers’ Liability
18. Intentional Torts
19. Economic Torts
20. Nuisance
21. Breach of Privacy
22. Defamation

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