Torts Rule Statements for the Bar Exam & Law School Exam
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Rule statements for the Torts substantive law for the bar exam and law school exam. Rules, explanations, exercises, more
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Created by Kasey Shah
Last updated 4/2017
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  • 31 Articles
  • 11 Supplemental Resources
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What Will I Learn?
  • Learn Tort rules for exam purposes
  • Learn how to apply torts rule in short fact patterns
  • Students would not have to remember Tort rules verbose
  • Students will be better prepared to pass law school exams
  • Students will be better prepared to pass the bar exam
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  • General knowledge of Tort substantive law
  • Must have taken a law school course on Tort
  • Know intentional torts and negligence at a high level


This course is designed to teach you all the major rule statements of Torts Rule Statements for essay writing section of the Bar Exam and Law School Exam. I will share two variations of the rule statements and identify elements for each rule statement. I will explain the rule statement in video lectures. I will also share PDF documents with the rule statement variations and elements. 

Furthermore, I will challenge you to write rule statement variations #3 and #4 on your own so that you learn how to make up your own rule statements from the elements. This method has worked very well for me and many other students that I have shared it with because once you practice with this method you will not have to remember rule statements verbose. It will relieve your exam worries and you can use the time to prepare for MBE and Performance Test sections of the Bar Exam.

Hot Pencil Essay Writing Drill Method Pioneered by Kasey Shah:

I have pioneered Hot Pencil Drill Method of short essay writing to help students get started on writing essays early, gain confidence in their essay writing, and receive a good score on their essays. To that end, I have and will be providing short fact patterns for every rule statements in this course to encourage you to write IRAC based short essay responses. You will write two short essays for each of the short fact patterns, Hot Pencil Drill 1 and 2. 

In Hot Pencil Drill 1 you are asked to write a full IRAC for each element not to exceed 5 paragraphs and 10 minutes. In Hot Pencil Drill 2, you are asked to write an accelerated IRAC based short essay response not to exceed 2 paragraphs and under 5 minutes. I am very confident that upon the completion of this course you will lose your fear of essay writing and would be more confident essay writer, which is sure to result in a great essay score in the Bar Exam and/or Law School Exam.

Objectives For This Course:

  1. Provide students with the rule statements for all major Criminal Law substantive topics.
  2. Guide students to write their own rule statements and engage in a practice of not memorizing rule statements for this subject.
  3. Guide students to write short essays based on my innovative method of "Hot Pencil Drills" to relieve anxiety of writing essays, lose fear of writing essays, and receive great score for their essays at the Bar Exam and/or Law School Exam.

Free Essay Grading Limited Time Offer:

For a limited time, I am offering free essay grading and mentoring to the Bar Exam candidates as well as Law School students enrolled in this course. Send me 1 essay or send me 100 essays. I will provide you with annotated vide and text feedback to help you improve your essay writing and receive great score at the Bar Exam and/or Law School Exam.

List of Rule Statements Covered in Torts Rule Statements Course:

Please note that this course is constantly being updated and new rule statements are added and the current rule statements and short fact patterns are updated. For the list of Rule Statements included in this course, please check Curriculum Section for this course.

Who is the target audience?
  • Law school students
  • Bar exam candidates in any of the 50 states in the United States
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Curriculum For This Course
35 Lectures
3 Lectures 33:34


Video lecture for each of the rule statement in this course is being uploaded. Please go through all attachments and text in all rule statement lectures. I hope to upload these lectures within a few weeks, no later than May 31, 2017. See my email announcements as I upload these video lectures. 

Thank you!

Dynamic Course Content - Constantly Updated
Intentional Torts
8 Lectures 11:32



False Imprisonment

Trespass to Chattel


Trespass to Land

Intentional Infliction of Emotional Damage - IIED
Defense of Intentional Torts
3 Lectures 05:37
Private Necessity

Public Necessity

Shopkeeper's Privilege
7 Lectures 11:04


Breach of Duty - Learned Hand Formula

Breach of Duty - Res Ipsa Loquitur

Breach of Duty - Negligence Per Se

Actual Cause - But For Test

Proximate Cause - in General
Defense of Negligence
3 Lectures 04:16
Contributory Negligence

Comparative Negligence

Assumption of Risk
Liability Theories
3 Lectures 04:27
Strict Liability - Possession of Wild Animal

Strict Liability in Tort - Product Liability

Breach of Warranty
2 Lectures 02:41
Private Nuisance

Public Nuisance
Torts Against Persons
5 Lectures 07:17

Invasion of Privacy - Appropriation

Invasion of Privacy - Intrusion into Seclusion

Invasion of Privacy - Public Disclosure of Private Facts

Invasion of Privacy - False Light
1 Lecture 05:16
About the Instructor
Kasey Shah
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Attorney at Law & Information Technology Professional

I am an attorney at law admitted to practice law in California. I passed the Bar Exam on my first attempt in 2014. I was recipient of the best brief award in the legal writing course during my law school years. I also passed the Patent Bar Exam, which is a pre-requisite to become a patent agent or a patent attorney.

I have a formula that I want to share with the future bar and patent bar exam candidates, which will help them prepare & pass these very difficult licensing exams. I have taken 25 or so such licensing and certification exams over my career and I know what it takes to pass such difficult exam. Bar Exam and Patent Bar Exam are two of the most difficult exams out there. I am extremely passionate about teaching the law, mentoring my students, and providing my extensive support to my students. Pass the Bar and/or the Patent Bar Exam and add highly anticipated word “Esq.' or Patent Agent, or Patent Attorney at the end of your name! 

As my second persona, I am a technology professional with 20+ years of experience working in various capacities in information technology space in Silicon Valley. I have worked for reputable companies as well as founded and operated my own business for several years.

I hold Master of Science (MS) degree in Computer Engineering from University of Southern California. I also hold Juris Doctor (JD) degree from Concord Law School. In addition; over the last two decades, I have achieved over 20 certifications from various IT companies. I am a staunch believer of life-long learning and mentoring. I enjoy learning new topics and share my knowledge. 

Teaching at Udemy is like coming to a full circle for me. In 1998, I founded an IT training company called Hello Computers; training students for Cisco, Microsoft, Check Point, Sun, Oracle, and ISC2 technologies. I trained thousands of students over several years. I authored four books for four different CCIE certification tracks that were sold to thousands of customers for $495 per book!

In 1999, I was one of the early adopters delivering technology training over the internet. Over the years, I trained thousands of students across the world for CCIE exam using WebEx. We achieved an unimaginable feat in year 2000 when students from UK, New Zealand, Africa, and Japan enrolled in 5 day class for $4K each without ever seeing an instructor. Since then, technology has come a long way. Today, instructors on Udemy are training millions of students across the world!

I am extremely thrilled to be teaching courses on Udemy. I plan on teaching law as well as technology related courses on Udemy platform. I feel that I bring in a unique perspective as a technology savvy lawyer and I want to share my knowledge, experience, and passion with my students. 

I look forward to collaborating with each and everyone of you. There is a statistics out there that one who engages in conversation about learning subjects is twice more likely to succeed. I promise to respond to every single message in all formats including q&a forum, tweet, Facebook post, discussion topic, email, text and so on. I am grateful for your enrollment in my class and I look forward to working with you closely!

Thank you and see you in my class!

Customer quote for one of my courses on Udemy:

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