Contracts : Cases and Doctrines

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  • Edition: 2nd
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 1999-03-01
  • Publisher: Wolters Kluwer
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This thorough revision of Randy Barnett's back-to-basics casebook deserves a careful look. When you se the quality of the writing, The variety of the materials, andthe excellent cse selection, you'll know why CONTRACTS: Cases and Doctrines has already earned a loyal following. it supplies everything you need for an enlightening and effective course. The Barnett casebook stands out in a crowded field because of its: Case-based approach, which encourages students to sift through doctrinal materials for prevailing themes and theory Presentation of complete and lightly edited cases, which give first-year students the opportunity to practice case analysis Mixture of classic and contemporary cases, which add interest and facilitate different teaching strategies Careful pedagogy, including chapter introductions, study guide questions before each case, background information, and problems Inclusion of relevant sections of Articles 1 and 2 of the UCC and applicable Restatement sections Responding to user feedback, Barnett strengthened the book for its Second Edition with: Self-contained chapters for use in any order, resulting in increased flexibility New high-interest cases for student analysis Streamlined text for easier accessibility A new section on conditions Streamlining the text for ease of use A revised Teacher's Manual that offers extensive suggestions for class use Well-suited for both one- and two-semester courses, CONTRACTS: Cases and Doctrines, Second Edition, provides a full and rich understanding of the fundamentals of contract law by relying primarily on the tried-and-true case method.

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