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Additionally, Judge Keeton was a law professor for many years and is a recognized legal scholar. It is obvious that the subject matter of this book is the result of his years of experience as a legal academician, scholar, and jurist. The substantive content of this work is excellent. I also bring my background to the analysis of this work. From my perspective, many of the chapters are very informative
Robert Ernest Keeton (December 16, 1919 – July 2, 2007) was an American lawyer, jurist, and legal scholar.
Robert Ernest Keeton (December 16, 1919 – July 2, 2007) was an American lawyer, jurist, and legal scholar. As a law professor at Harvard Law School and a United States District Judge of the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts he was known for his work on torts, insurance law, and practical courtroom tactics. Keeton, with Jeffrey O'Connell of the University of Virginia School of Law, played a key role in the advancement of no-fault automobile insurance.
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Prosser and Keeton on the Law of Torts: 1988 Pocket Part. Insurance Law: A Guide to Fundamental Principles, Legal Doctrines, and Commercial Practices (Hornbooks). David G. Owen, William Lloyd Prosser, Robert E. Keeton, Dan B. Dobbs, W. Page Keeton. Computeraided and Workbook Exercises on Insurance Law (American Casebooks). Crisis in Car Insurance. John H. McCord, Robert E. Keeton, Jeffrey O'Connell.
Robert E. Keeton, Keeton on Judging in the American Legal System 15. . Keeton, Keeton on Judging in the American Legal System 15 (1999). But he did not explore the sources of those values. federal system, and because the analysis of that behav- ior may offer insights into the general subject of managing uncertainty. 11 Uncertainty is as salient a feature of our legal system as expense is of our medical system, and decision making under uncertainty is a deservedly important topic in economics, organization theory, and other ﬁelds. The book’s primary focus is on federal appellate judges, including Su- preme Court Justices (the subject of Part Three, though discussed in the other parts as well). Keeton, Andrew Kaufman's .
Professor Kaufman's book on Benjamin Cardozo is a stellar, strik-ingly creative, and original contribution to American law and litera-ture. A judge, to be faithful to the judicial role in the American legal system, must accept both the inevitable need for lawmaking to decide some cases and the professional restraints of the role of judge in this legal system. Keeton, a former federal judge and Harvard law professor who wrote widely influential treatises on tort law . Judge Keeton, who retired from the bench last year, was best known in legal circles for his widely used text, Prosser and Keeton on Torts (Thompson West, 1984). Keeton, a former federal judge and Harvard law professor who wrote widely influential treatises on tort law, courtroom tactics and no-fault auto insurance, died July 1 in Cambridge, Mass. He was 87 and lived in Cambridge. The cause was complications of a pulmonary embolism, his son, Bill, said. The frequently revised book updates the pioneering work of William L. Prosser on the field of law that deals with cases of wrongdoing that do not involve a breach of contract.