Updated: Dec 1, 2020
Visual Explanation of a Volitional Act in Intentional Torts
I'm going to be honest: I had a hard time understanding what was an act for intentional torts.
My essay analyses would appear conclusionary because I thought that an act was spelled out as simply as, "the defendant's car hit the plaintiff's car".
Obviously, that analysis is very conclusionary.
What I really needed to say was, "the defendant turned his head to look in the plaintiff's direction, took his hands to turn the wheel as to steer his car in the direction of the plaintiff's car and this caused the defendant's car strike the plaintiff's car." That's a better analysis or a "play by play" of the act in question.
How A Visual Explanation of A Volitional Act Will Help You
It took me about 5 months to understand this concept. And now, I'm offering you a visual explanation of a volitional act. By having a visual explanation of a volitional act in intentional torts, your essay analysis will become clearer and more "analytical" - which is to say, defining the sub elements of the rule and applying that specific definition to the facts of the hypothetical.
My hope for you to experience at this end of this video offering a visual explanation of a volitional act in torts is that you clearly understand what "volitional act" is and what it is not. The byproduct of this understanding is applying it your essays in a powerful way. AND, feeling more confident in law school and during your baby bar or bar exam.
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