skoobily doobily wrote:stonepeep wrote:I'm trying to figure out why the Torts E&E has no mention of False imprisonment, trespass to land, trespass to chattels, or conversion. Something tells me i'm missing something??
Some professors do not cover intentional torts. Why, I don't know, but it must be a pretty common approach for Glannon to have ignored them in his book. Intentional torts are also really, really easy in comparison with negligence.
So having the black letter law and the casenotes is generally sufficient preparation for the exam, is what you're saying?
I think so. If your torts final were heavily focused on intentional torts you might want to refer to a supplement, but stuff like trespass to land/chattels is really straightforward and it's hard for me to imagine a supplement telling you anything you didn't already learn in class.