Lacepiece23 wrote:depends on your prof probably. For mine he didn't teach damages, and also spent minimal time on duty. Our model answer didn't even mention duty unless it was relevant in the fact pattern. Our prof kinds taught duty breached interfused with duty. So I usally just organize the different duty breach standards under headings.
Duty (if relevant)
I guess a follow up question to this. What are the elements you are hitting in proximate cause? Forseeability, intervening, superseding, and direct cause of the damage? I have struggled in finding a comprehensive way to cover proximate cause without feeling like I am rambling on.