Law Made Easy! Tort Law

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Law Made Easy! Tort Law is a free new app, the fifth installment of Law Made Easy!, a series of law-based apps designed with the law student in mind! As many college and university students will find, law can be a stressful subject. But look no further because Law Made Easy! has one aim in mind, and that is to take away the stress of studying law. The fifth installment of this series aims to provide students of law with an accessible and simple understanding of a very basic subject, one which can be seen in our everyday lives - the Law of Tort. This app is perfect for those who are taking Cambridge A-Levels or those who are just starting their degree.

Tort law is a subject that is almost exclusively based on case law, save for a select few statutes. This means that the Tort Law cases contained in the app are indispensable: the collection of cases here are as complete as possible, bearing in mind the importance of each case. Our team took great liberty in choosing the cases, and it is with great regret that some of the cases made the cut while others did not. No doubt the process was done with great care, and only those which are of utmost relevance are provided for your convenience.

The few statutes are also discussed, among them the Occupiers' Liability Acts of 1957 and 1984, and the Defamation Acts of 1996 and 2013. Only the most important provisions are included.

This app comes with an in-app notebook, so students can keep note of any important notes and chapters, and because law is an ever changing entity (the law of tort more so than any other area), it helps to have a notebook to record any recent changes and developments. It is so much easier to keep all your Tort law notes in one place, rather than have papers all around. This helps students to revise the subject of Tort law wherever they are! Forget the hassle of bringing paper and law books wherever you go! The in-app notebook is so much more convenient!

The app is good for revising before exams. With simple easy-to-locate chapters such as general duty of care, economic losses, psychiatric injury, public and private nuisance, employer's liability, one simple click gets you the concise information that you want. The law of tort is an important subject in both Cambridge A-Levels and the second year of a law degree, be it from the University of London, Liverpool, Bristol, or Cardiff, or any other university that offers a law degree.

Because Tort Law has the potential to happen to anyone (yes, it might! From a McDonald's employee spilling hot coffee all over you, to a noisy neighbour that loves holding late night parties, the law of tort covers them all!), it is imperative that any law student must understand this subject to its fullest. With this app, everything is in your hands. However, it is first and foremost a supplement to your studies and while it cannot be considered a textbook, the app is many respects a guide for you along your journey as a law student.

The features of this app:
- Concise, easy to read format
- A-Z list of important cases pertaining to Tort law
- In-app notebook
- Detailed headings for each Tort law chapter
- notification function for us to keep you informed on the latest updates

Although Law Made Easy! Tort Law is an app designed for university and college students, it is also equally as useful for any legal practitioner wishing to revise his Tort law or for those who wish to learn a bit about law.

Download the app now! Learn law the easy way today with Law Made Easy! - the only law app you will ever need!
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- minor fixes
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Additional Information

Updated
May 31, 2019
Size
8.7M
Installs
10,000+
Current Version
5.0
Requires Android
4.0.3 and up
Content Rating
Everyone
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Offered By
SSPRO Ltd
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