Fundamentals of Modern Property Law
The Fifth Edition tracks contemporary trends in property law with particular attention to emerging issues of environmental sustainability. The problem-based structure of the casebook comports with the student learning outcomes and assessment approach emphasized in recent years by the American Bar Association and the Carnegie Endowment Report. This edition also provides a comprehensive introduction to intellectual property law. The novel legal problems raised by advances in technology demand that students receive early exposure to this area of law. This edition also emphasizes a planning perspective since lawyers spend a significant amount of time planning, as well as resolving controversies.
Rabin, Edward; Kwall, Roberta; and Kwall, Jeffrey, "Fundamentals of Modern Property Law" (2006). College of Law Faculty. 65.