K A Common Law Approach to Contracts
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Description: K: A Common Law Approach to Contracts is a highly focused,case-based contract law text from the distinguished writing team ofGeorge and Korobkin. In addition to offering a comprehensive treatmentof the basic issues of contract law, this stimulating casebookemphasizes development of analogical reasoning skills throughout. Eachsection is limited to three types of materials — brief narrative,judicial opinions and discussion problems — and is designed to teachstudents how to read opinions, analyze issues, distinguish material fromimmaterial facts, and apply holdings to similar problems.Features:Highly regarded author team has written more than 50 lawjournal articles and several legal texts.Lean, focused, case-based text can be taught in a one-semestercourse.Comprehensive treatment of first-year contract law.Each section organized to promote methods of legal reasoning,including:A brief narrative that states a basic, fundamentalproposition of contract law and guidance as to the second orderdoctrinal issues raised.Edited judicial opinions.Provocative discussion problems, designed for analysis fromthe perspectives of the judge and the opposing parties.Judicial opinions include classic and contemporary cases incontract law.Discussion problems simulate the fact patterns students will begiven in final exam.A comprehensive Teacher’s Manual includes:Step-by-step discussion of how to teach cases through the SocraticmethodPowerPoint slides that provide a framework for discussion of coreconcepts.Hypotheticals and discussion problem answers.
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Copyright year: 2012
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
Publication date: 5/1/2012
Size: 7.50" wide x 9.75" long x 1.00" tall
Russell Korobkinis a professor of law at the UCLA School of Law and senior fellow at the UCLA Center for Society and Genetics. nbsp; Stephen R. Munzeris also a professor of law at the UCLA School of Law and senior fellow at the UCLA Center for Society and Genetics. nbsp;
|Summary of Contents|
|Contract Formation: Consideration and Mutual Assent|
|Affirmative Defenses to Contract Enforcement|
|Contract Interpretation and Construction|
|Defining Performance Obligations: Conditions and Excuses|
|Alternative Bases for Liability: Non-Contract Claims|