1. The Power of Tort Law


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    Highlight clips from the opening of the first tort museum in the United States, the American Museum of Tort Law.

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    • Benjamin C. Zipursky on Civil Recourse Theory


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      Fordham Law Professor Benjamin C. Zipursky discusses civil recourse theory for the spring 2012 issue of the Fordham Lawyer magazine.

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      • Civil Recourse Theory


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        Created for the online version of Fordham Lawyer to expand upon the spring 2012 cover story. Professor Benjamin C. Zipursky on civil recourse theory and tort law. The thumbnail is taken from the…

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        • Tort Law, Right to Privacy, and Employment Law - "Just a Legal Minute"


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          ATTENTION ALL CALIFORNIA EMPLOYERS: Did you know your employee’s right to privacy can be violated by verbal statements by supervisors? Watch this short video to know the law and find out what…

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          • Personal Injury Lawyer Develops Case


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            Website: http://www.mullenandmullen.com Video proFile™ page: http://www.videoprofile.net/video/page/professionals/managing-partner-develops-the-case Personal Injury Lawyer Shane Mullen,…

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            • UniversityNow: Legal and Ethics Issues in Health Care


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              The effective practice of medicine involves an understanding of ethical standards and the law. The study of ethics includes discussions of bioethics, moral dilemmas faced by medical personnel in advances…

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