Jill Poole's immensely popular Textbook on Contract Law has been guiding students through contract law for many years. The accessible writing style and focus on key principles and developments in contract law make this text a favourite with students and lecturers alike. The author places the law of contract clearly within its wider context before proceeding to provide detailed yet accessible treatment of all the key areas encountered when studying contract law.
DT Key points, illustrative examples and questions encourage a deeper understanding of the central facts and issues
DT Each chapter begins with a summary of key issues, providing an overview of key themes and points of law, and concludes with suggestions for further reading, guiding you towards the most relevant texts and articles
DT An attractive page design highlights headings, case summaries, case extracts and a variety of learning features, making navigation through the text easy
Fully supported by an Online Resource Centre, which provides:
Regular updates on new legislation, cases, and other important developments
Guidance on answering questions in contract law
Self-test questions and answers linked with Casebook on Contract Law
A test bank of 300 multiple choice questions with answers and feedback
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Jill Poole is Associate Dean (Faculty & Quality), Head of Law and Professor of Commercial Law at Aston Business School, Aston University. She is also the author of Casebook on Contract Law (OUP) and co-author of Contract Formation and Letters of Intent.
Review from previous edition: "For anyone studying contract law for the first time, Jill Poole's Textbook on Contract Law provides an engaging and thought-provoking account of contract law. The author's clear enthusiasm and passion for this area of law comes through meaning it has an excellent
balance of text and extracts from key cases showing the court's approach."
--Russell J Kelsall, Solicitor, The Student Law Journal
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Descripción Oxford University Press, 2012. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P110199699461