''Michael C. Duff has a new offering, Workers' Compensation Law: A Context and Practice Casebook
. It is beautifully and thoughtfully written, meticulously edited, and covers all the critical issues of the field. Duff announces at the outset that he designed the book under the influence of the Carnegie Foundation's critique of legal education, Educating Lawyers: Preparation for the Practice of Law
(2007). ...[Duff] has 'deliberately endeavored...wherever possible, [to] treat legal issues in the manner and order practitioners...would most likely encounter them.' ...Duff treats all the critical issues the practitioner encounters. ...A positive aspect of the book is its freshness, meticulous attention to detail, and exploration of current issues. ...A final positive aspect of the book is its price. ...Law students—and anyone wanting an education on comp—will welcome the low cost of this fine creation.'' --Workers' Compensation Law Section Newsletter
, Pennsylvania Bar Association
About the Author
Michael C. Duff is a Professor of Law at the University of Wyoming College of Law.