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Questions and Answers: Torts, 3rd edition
Q&A Torts provides a brief introduction to core areas of tort law and then poses a series of questions and answers to provide opportunities for students to practice answering questions. The work also outlines key issues, makes suggestions for further reading and provides examples of common pitfalls that students of tort law may encounter.
Butterworths Student Companion: Torts, 7th edition
Butterworths Student Companion, Torts contains concise and witty summaries of the leading New Zealand and international decisions which have shaped the law of torts. Written by Geoff McLay, this book is designed to be used by students in conjunction with lecture notes and existing text materials as an aid to understanding and remembering important cases.