Please cite to the original publication
The new edition of Dean Green's case book is bound to be of unusual interest among teachers and students of Torts for the same reasons that made the first edition the subject of wide-spread attention. The general plan of arrangement in the revised edition follows closely the analysis of the former work. The materials themselves, of course, have been thoroughly re-edited and re-arranged, and a considerable number of new cases included. The total volume of material is somewhat less than the earlier edition. The number of pages is not greatly reduced, however, by reason of the larger type employed.
Date of Authorship for this Version
Book Review: The Judicial Process in Tort Cases, 25 Iowa Law Review 182 (1939)