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December focus: Tort law

There's a lot more to tort law than snails and banana skins, Oxford's range of tort law titles includes regularly updated textbooks written by some of the foremost authorities on the subject, best sellers designed to support students and get them thinking critically. Browse the selected chapters we've gathered together for December, and journey through privacy, psychiatric harm, liability, trespass and more...

Non-subscribers can access the tort law collection freely until 31 December.

 

December 2021 Update

Getting the most from Law Trove

We host Law Trove webinars which are open to all, and free to attend. Simply sign up and benefit from some top tips, helpful advice, and the opportunity to ask questions. The next two webinars focus on revision, click the link to sign up.

Tuesday 14th December at 1pm

Monday 10th January at 1pm

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Why Oxford Law Trove?

Explore the wealth of Oxford law textbook list with intuitive functionality, navigation, and features that enhance the learning experience. A powerful search facility means you can delve deeper into your subject, and connect with additional resources in your own institution’s library.

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Essential Cases

Unique to Law Trove, Essential Cases provide a bridge between course textbooks and key case judgments. They act as a spring board for students to engage with primary case materials, helping law teachers unblock a longstanding barrier.

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Search tip #1 - speech marks

Search more accurately by using speech marks. Putting your phrase in speech marks tells the search engine to look for exact phrasing. Try to find a definition of tenants in common. Then try “tenants in common” to see the difference. Try war on terror vs “war on terror”. You'll pick up more tips like these at one of our webinars.

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How to buy Oxford Law Trove

Individual students can purchase subject collections or the complete collection direct from oup.com. Subject collections are priced at £44.99 and are available now, or consider the complete law collection for £199.99, both give access for 12 months. Institutions should contact their campus rep for full details.