In many students, torts inflicts emotional distress. Now, instead of merely reading about the sometimes improbable, sometimes heartrending, often complex world of tort law, Americans will be able to visit a museum dedicated to torts! At least if Ralph Nader's plans materialize. Nader intends to open the American Museum of Tort Law, according to the Washington Post.
Exhibits may include a Chevrolet Corvair, which helped launch Nader's career (see Unsafe at Any Speed). What else might we find? A range of negligent pharmaceutical labels? Cigarette cartons from smokers' class action lawsuits? Or perhaps the coffee cup from Liebeck v. MacDonald's Restaurants?
So in a few summers, perhaps, you can take your kids on an exciting family vacation the Griswolds could only dream of--and maybe even list it for CLE credit!