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Teaching Economic Torts

Jay M. Feinman

Rutgers University School of Law, Camden

Kentucky Law Journal, Vol. 95, pp. 893-918, 2006-2007

The primary goal of this article is to proselytize for the teaching of an economic torts course in the upper-level law school curriculum, particularly a course that focuses on the business torts that form the core of a typical non-personal injury civil litigation practice. In service of that goal, the article surveys traditional and contemporary efforts to define the scope of economic torts and to provide teaching materials, identifies some themes and issues in those efforts, and comments on teaching methods that are particularly appropriate for the course.

Number of Pages in PDF File: 26

Keywords: legal education, economic torts, business torts, torts

JEL Classification: K13, K41

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Date posted: July 13, 2007  

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Feinman, Jay M., Teaching Economic Torts. Kentucky Law Journal, Vol. 95, pp. 893-918, 2006-2007. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1000192

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