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Book Review: Thomas Kadner Graziano, Comparative Tort Law. Cases, Materials and Exercises, Abingdon: Routledge, 2018

Book Review: Thomas Kadner Graziano, Comparative Tort Law. Cases, Materials and Exercises,... European Review of Private Law 3-2021 [545–556] © 2021 Kluwer Law International BV, The Netherlands. BOOK REVIEW Thomas Kadner Graziano, Comparative Tort Law. Cases, Materials and Exercises, Abingdon: Routledge, 2018 1. Introduction The book herein reviewed is the latest entry in the ever-growing catalogue of English language handbooks, casebooks and manuals on comparative tort law. The volume is a much-needed addition to this increasingly popular field, which should be welcomed by students, teachers, academics and more generally lawyers interested in European and comparative tort law. As the following pages will try to show, the book has several intrinsic properties that make it quite unique, including the presence of a twin publication by the same author on comparative contract law. Taken together, the two casebooks complement each other in offering a broad comparative overview of the fundamental pillars of the law of obligations. The present review, however, focuses on the volume on tort law only, and examines it against the current framework of European literature on comparative tort law. The focus on European scholarship is due to several reasons. First, as we will see, the publishing domain of handbooks, casebooks and manuals on comparative tort law is almost entirely dominated http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png European Review of Private Law Kluwer Law International

Book Review: Thomas Kadner Graziano, Comparative Tort Law. Cases, Materials and Exercises, Abingdon: Routledge, 2018

European Review of Private Law , Volume 29 (3): 16 – Jul 1, 2021

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European Review of Private Law 3-2021 [545–556] © 2021 Kluwer Law International BV, The Netherlands. BOOK REVIEW Thomas Kadner Graziano, Comparative Tort Law. Cases, Materials and Exercises, Abingdon: Routledge, 2018 1. Introduction The book herein reviewed is the latest entry in the ever-growing catalogue of English language handbooks, casebooks and manuals on comparative tort law. The volume is a much-needed addition to this increasingly popular field, which should be welcomed by students, teachers, academics and more generally lawyers interested in European and comparative tort law. As the following pages will try to show, the book has several intrinsic properties that make it quite unique, including the presence of a twin publication by the same author on comparative contract law. Taken together, the two casebooks complement each other in offering a broad comparative overview of the fundamental pillars of the law of obligations. The present review, however, focuses on the volume on tort law only, and examines it against the current framework of European literature on comparative tort law. The focus on European scholarship is due to several reasons. First, as we will see, the publishing domain of handbooks, casebooks and manuals on comparative tort law is almost entirely dominated

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Published: Jul 1, 2021

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