Accounting for Lawyers Materials Concise 2005 Supplement
Helps lessen the trepidation with which some students approach accounting with its "learn by doing" approach. The Teacher's Manual provides answers to all the problems in the casebook. Because the casebook contains alternative problems in every chapter, professors can rotate problems from year to year. The Teacher's Manual also contains additional problems and other materials not included in the casebook, references to accounting promulgations, and four sample syllabi. The syllabi contain suggestions for one-, two- and three- credit-hour basic courses for law students with no accounting background and a two-credit-hour advanced course.
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