A user-submitted visual on when a person would have a duty to others, in tort law.
A cartoon from my Bar Study days, this time around what specific elements one needs to show in order to prove that privacy has been invaded.
A sketch from five years ago, in my torts class about what possible remedy a person might have if they get sick after being exposed to a toxin.
A messy & quick legal definition cartoon on Conversion — one of the intentional torts I was tested on for the California Bar. Conversion is a property tort, in which one person takes another person’s property & causes some kind of harm in the taking.
A quick sketch on False Light tort for my Bar Exam study, (c) Margaret Hagan 2014, all rights reserved
Another tort visual, made particularly for the Bar Exam. This is about when your image may (or may not) be used by others.
The Lost Leg Doctrine, a Torts Outline by Margaret Hagan. (c) Margaret Hagan 2011, All Rights Reserved
Remedies for Torts and Contracts by Brendan Conley. The materials are copyright 2014 by Brendan Conley. They are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License
Law Visual: Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress | Open Law Lab.
Drawn Law School: Kinsman in Buffalo | Razblint.
Drawn Law: Constructive Notice | Razblint.
Law school sketchbook: The Torts Castle | Razblint.
▶ Intentional Torts and Negligence Presentation – YouTube. This is a video explainer of Intentional Torts versus Negligence. Have fun!
▶ Basic Torts/Lawsuits I – YouTube.
a quick flowchart sketch, by Margaret Hagan/a>.