Tort Law (LAW 212.6)

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LAW 212 01 January 2017 Barbara von Tigerstrom (primary instructor)
LAW 212 02 January 2017 Keir Vallance (primary instructor)
 
LAW 212 01 September 2016 Barbara von Tigerstrom (primary instructor)
LAW 212 02 September 2016 Keir Vallance (primary instructor)
 
LAW 212 01 January 2016 Ruth Bilson (primary instructor)
LAW 212 02 January 2016 Keir Vallance (primary instructor)

Description

An introduction to the legal processes through which an injured person can seek compensation either from the state, from insurance schemes or in a tort action. Detailed consideration will be given to the Saskatchewan Criminal Injuries Compensation Scheme, the tort of negligence, and the Saskatchewan Automobile Accident Insurance Act. Preliminary treatment will also be given to civil procedure, ethical issues, and access to justice considerations, together with a critique of Canada's legal response to personal injury.

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