This is an excerpt from W. Page Keeton's heavily annotated personal copy of Cases on Torts, of which he was a co-author. Keeton served as Dean of the UT School of Law from 1949-1974 and is the namesake of Dean Keeton Street (formerly 26th Street) on which the law school complex is currently located. Keeton's masterful leadership helped shape the law school into one of the best in the United States. Similarly, his intellectual contributions to the study of torts (an act leading to civil liability) contributed to its recognition as a foundational field in the study of law. A finding aid to the W. Page Keeton Papers is available.|
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|Warren A. Seavey, Page Keeton, and Edward S. Thurston, Cases on Torts, 1950 [excerpt]. Tarlton Law Library, The University of Texas at Austin.|