Torts Commentary and Materials

Carolyn Sappideen, Prue Vines and Penelope Watson

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Torts

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Torts

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Cases on Torts

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LexisNexis Case Summaries

Duncan Holmes

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Law of Torts

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Torots

Vines, Watson, Sappideen

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Cases on Torts

Barbara McDonald, Ross Anderson

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Torts

Carolyn Sappideen, Prue Vines, Penelope Watson

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LexisNexis Case Summaries: Torts - 7th Edition

Holmes, D

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[D 2017] Detailed Course Notes - LAWS1061

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SUPER SUMMARY - Torts Exam Notes

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HD - Torts Case Notes and Summaries

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Detailed case notes and summaries for all the cases in Torts I. Includes summaries from the 'Cases o...

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HD Torts Problem Question Notes for Finals

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Torts EXAM NOTES

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Torts Problem Question exam notes - D

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TORTS LAW NOTES 2017

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LAWS1061: Torts (Final Exam Revision Notes)

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Template for Problem Question and Summary of ALL cases

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Distinction Torts Notes

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Reviews

Attend your tutorials and write relevant case briefs for each topic

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

An important foundational law class. It is more important to hone in skills in this class rather than absorb facts.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016