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Hepburn's Cases on Torts has for years been a storehouse of valuable and accurate information. The meticulous scholarship of its first editor made it a reliable guide to the law of the field. The book has not suffered at the hands of the present editors either in workmanship or arrangement. Indeed, they state that they have for the most part retained the analysis employed by Dean Hepburn in the first edition, making only slight rearrangements and some simplifications.
Date of Authorship for this Version
Book Review: Cases on Torts, 14 Texas Law Review 424 (1936)