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The second edition of An Introduction to Tort Law offers a clear exposition to the rapidly developing law of tort in Britain. For those coming to the subject for the first time it provides a succinct and thoughtful overview - ideal as an introduction to those embarking on the course. It will also be helpful to those engaged in the course or completing it, for it pulls themes together, illustrates important distinctions and provokes reflection on what has already been learnt.
Many of the areas subjected to analysis and discussion are highly topical, such as unfair competition and the rights of consumers who suffer from unfair trading practices, and the issue of privacy in a climate of celebrity culture. On these and many other subjects of relevance in modern society, Weir's comments will act as a springboard for further study and reflection. This book can therefore be recommended as an authoritative overview of the recent history and present situation, enlivened by a facinating and occasionally critical commentary.
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