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So, I have just started my second term of my first year at university and my topic is tort law. I absolutely love the topic, but despise the tort law book they have given me. The name of the book is 'Tort Law: Text and Materials' (paperback edition) by Mark Lunney.
I was just wondering if anyone could advise me on any tort law books they found handy or have good reviews. I checked on amazon but main one suggested was the one I have already.

Many thanks!
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Most student law textbooks are pretty thin. Practitioners often refer to Clerk & Lindsell. For self purchase though Tort Law by McBride and Bagshaw is very well written IMHO.

Oh: Tony Weir of course is always a joy to read.
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tort law by elliott and quinn is quite good
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We use Giliker and Beckwith - it's heavy going at times but things are pretty clearly explained albeit in great detail!
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No love for Winfield & Jolowicz?

Although I have to say that I thought the Lunney, etc, book was also okay...
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