Principles of Contract Law has many distinguishing features. To begin with, it is organized according to principles. This helps the students keep a sense of direction and helps them synthesize the cases and rules. Secondly, this book keeps a sharp focus on the law of contracts ---- the principles, policies, rules, and courts treat as authorities for their decisions. A third distinguishing feature is the use of many transitions and original notes written for students. Fourth, the author has chosen cases with a contemporary flavor, knowing that students grapple best with problems that they can envision themselves facing in a few years.
Fifth, the author has included disciplined questions - bearing directly on preparation for a thorough class discussion - and short problems exploring the significance of the main cases. Finally, the book is compact. At 700 pages, it can be used in either a traditional year - long course, or in a half - year course.
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Descripción West Publishing Company, College & School Division. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: Fair. Nº de ref. de la librería G031404972XI5N00
Descripción West Publishing Company, 1995. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: Used: Good. Nº de ref. de la librería SONG031404972X