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The U.S. Supreme Court and American Constitutional Law
Alan K. Chen
2023
These are materials for use in a first year, four credit-hour, Constitutional Law survey course that covers structural constitutional law and includes an introduction to individual rights (roughly the last fourth of the course).
TLC Casebook
Andy Sellars
2020
TLC Seminar Materials
Andy Sellars
2019
Tobia Torts 2022
Kevin Tobia
2022
Tort Law Casebook, with Excerpts from Restatements. Remixed from John Fabian Witt & Karen M. Tani, Torts: Cases, Principles, and Institutions, Fifth Edition, Published by CALI eLangdell Press. Available under a Creative Commons BY-NC-SA 4.0 License.
Topics in Financial Regulation: Consumer and Investor Protection
Howell E. Jackson
2015
Topics in Financial Regulation: Consumer and Investor Protection
Howell E. Jackson
2015
Torts
Mary R Ziegler
2020
Torts
Timothy D. Lytton
2023
An Introduction to Tort Law
Torts!
Jonathan Zittrain, Jordi Weinstock
2021
Torts: Basic Fluency in a Fundamental Legal Language
Jordan Wallace-Wolf
2023
This casebook is for first year students learning torts. It adopts the philosophy that tort is a fundamental area of the law, in the sense that it articulates and flexibly employs a suite of concepts--duty, right, reasonableness, causation, foreseeability, and more--that are present throughout legal thinking. Consequently, understanding tort law is, perhaps not unlike other areas of law, an exercise in gaining facility with a set of tools for addressing conflicts in the way people live. This casebook seeks to impart that understanding by using a diverse span of cases, organized to illustrate the way that rules require judgment to be applied, and that judgments of this kind frequently differ.