Torts: suggested killer reading for last minute touch up?

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Torts: suggested killer reading for last minute touch up?

Postby evilxs » Sat Dec 11, 2010 12:31 am

For crim law I had Dressler, and for Civil Procedure I have Glannon. And the world was perfect. Contracts just made sense to me didn't use an external guide.

Any exceptional Torts books help you out?

If it makes a difference I have the Prossor casebook.

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Re: Torts: suggested killer reading for last minute touch up?

Postby beach_terror » Sat Dec 11, 2010 12:38 am

evilxs wrote:For crim law I had Dressler, and for Civil Procedure I have Glannon. And the world was perfect. Contracts just made sense to me didn't use an external guide.

Any exceptional Torts books help you out?

If it makes a difference I have the Prossor casebook.

Did you not use Glannon for torts too?

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Re: Torts: suggested killer reading for last minute touch up?

Postby evilxs » Sat Dec 11, 2010 1:01 am

This is the first time Ive seen that one. :shock: Does Glannon make torts as easy as he did civ pro? That would be sheer awesomeness. :D

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Re: Torts: suggested killer reading for last minute touch up?

Postby beach_terror » Sat Dec 11, 2010 1:06 am

evilxs wrote:This is the first time Ive seen that one. :shock: Does Glannon make torts as easy as he did civ pro? That would be sheer awesomeness. :D

I didn't really read Glannon that much for civ pro, but his torts book is, to understate, amazing.

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Re: Torts: suggested killer reading for last minute touch up?

Postby Ty Webb » Sat Dec 11, 2010 1:15 am

beach_terror wrote:
evilxs wrote:This is the first time Ive seen that one. :shock: Does Glannon make torts as easy as he did civ pro? That would be sheer awesomeness. :D

I didn't really read Glannon that much for civ pro, but his torts book is, to understate, amazing.


Agreed. Everything about that book is helpful. I read it cover to cover in the 2 weeks leading up to yesterday.

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Re: Torts: suggested killer reading for last minute touch up?

Postby missinglink » Sat Dec 11, 2010 1:17 am

beach_terror wrote:
evilxs wrote:This is the first time Ive seen that one. :shock: Does Glannon make torts as easy as he did civ pro? That would be sheer awesomeness. :D

I didn't really read Glannon that much for civ pro, but his torts book is, to understate, amazing.

Seconded the rec for Glannon's torts book.

Although most of the "Examples" were damn near useless for me. They were all based on cases we had covered throughout the semester, so they didn't really present me with new applications of the law.

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Re: Torts: suggested killer reading for last minute touch up?

Postby Charles Barkley » Sat Dec 11, 2010 2:41 am

Yeah, get the torts E&E. Well worth it. It taught me torts this semester.

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Re: Torts: suggested killer reading for last minute touch up?

Postby evilxs » Sat Dec 11, 2010 1:12 pm

Got both, just got back from library. Last copy of E&E in the stacks. Thanks so much, y'all rock! 8)




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