University of Pittsburgh
Catalog Number: 5028
4.0 Credits
Lecture
Enrollment in this course is limited to First-Year students.

This course explores the methods and policies for allocating losses from harm to one’s person, property, relations, and economic and other interests. The course covers the substantive principles of tort claims and their defenses. The course examines the three main theories of tort liability: intent, negligence, and strict liability and analyzes the theoretical and practical aspects of tort liability.

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