Problems in Contract Law: Cases and Materials

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Aspen Law & Business, 1999 - Contracts - 1337 pages
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PROBLEMS IN CONTRACT LAW: Cases and Materials has always bee a favorite of first-time Contracts teachers. By combining contemporary theory and problems with more traditional cases and notes, this successful casebook has become the choice of wide range of profesors. This eagerly-awaited revision introduces new co-author H.G. Prince and a host of new material while it retains the intellectual integrity of previous editions.
This extremely teachable casebook draws praise for its:
exceptionally engaging problems that mesh with cases, notes, and questions to hold student interest
integration of contemporary contract theory such as feminist, law and economics, and other viewpoints.
balanced structure and organization that allows the book to be comprehensive, without overwhelming students
companion Rules Supplement
outstanding Teacher's Manual, with sample syllabi, teaching points keyed to specific pages, answers to many of the problems, and questions keyed to case summaries
To keep the book fresh and current, this Fourth Edition features:
updated problems, cases, and references
expanded coverage of promissory estoppel
greater discussion of Alternative Dispute Resolution as it relates to contract law.
For your next Contracts course, consider the book that is firmly positioned where scholarship meets practice: PROBLEMS IN CONTRACT LAW: Cases and Materials, Fourth Edition.

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An Introduction to the Study of Contract Law
The Perspective of Contract Theory
An Example

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About the author (1999)

Nathan M. Crystal is Roy Webster Professor of Law, University of South Carolina.

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