Recommended Titles and Treatises
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Written by local attorney and UT faculty member, the ABA's Forum on the Construction Industry's new textbook Construction Law meets the need for a comprehensive law school textbook. Appropriate for introductory survey courses or more advanced courses oriented towards litigation or transactions, Construction Law examines the roles of the various participants in the construction process and the vocabulary essential to understanding its cases and legal principles. The book tracks the construction process in a chronological way, beginning with the design process and ending with damages for construction defects.