Loyola University Chicago

School of Law

Courses T - Z

162: Torts

Credit Hours

4

Description

JD Required 

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A basic course in the substantive law governing compensation for injuries to property and to the person. Considered are intentional wrongs, negligence, malpractice, products liability and strict liability; invasions of personal integrity and emotional well-being; injury to tangible and intangible rights in property; liability insurance and alternatives; and damages. Other risk-bearing alternatives are considered and contrasted with the traditional common law theories. (Appel, Cooper, Frischmann, Locke, Sawicki)