Problems in Contract Law: Cases and Materials, Seventh Edition (Aspen Casebook Series)

September 23, 2019 - Comment

Adaptable for instructors with different teaching techniques, Problems in Contract Law: Cases and Materials can teaching by traditional case analysis, through problem-based instruction, or using theoretical inquiry. The balanced blend of traditional and contemporary cases combine with cogent explanatory text to help students place cases in a larger legal context. A significant treatment of the

Adaptable for instructors with different teaching techniques, Problems in Contract Law: Cases and Materials can teaching by traditional case analysis, through problem-based instruction, or using theoretical inquiry. The balanced blend of traditional and contemporary cases combine with cogent explanatory text to help students place cases in a larger legal context. A significant treatment of the CISG is offered.

The Seventh Edition continues the previous edition’s reflection on the complexity of current 21st century contract law with its varied strains and constant flux, going beyond earlier editions’ emphasis on the historical progression from “classical” to “modern” contract law. Acknowledging the challenges increasingly exerted on the conventional contract law system over the past ten to fifteen years, the Seventh Edition explores new forms, such as electronic contracting. In addition, it considers the increased use of mandatory arbitration clauses in mass adhesion contracting (banks, communications providers, hospitals, for example). Even more flexibility is provided for instructors who prefer to reorder the chapters rather than teach them in a linear sequence.

Hallmark features:

Adaptable for various teaching techniques – traditional case analysis, problem-based instruction, and theoretical inquiry

Provides a balanced blend of traditional and contemporary cases

Includes explanatory notes and text

o places cases in a larger context

o explores related points

Offers significant treatment of the CISG

Product Features

  • Red cover
  • Seventh Edition
  • 7th Edition

Comments

Anonymous says:

The 7th edition that I ordered was in great condition, a little highlighting I originally ordered the 8th ed from my school bookstore, but unfortunately, I was a month into classes and it had still not come in. My professor was getting mad at us, so I decided to go ahead and order a copy of the 7th edition because it was relatively inexpensive. Other than a few cases and chapter problems being different; there was not much else that had changed with the newer edition. The 7th edition that I ordered was in great condition, a little highlighting, but it actually helped…

Anonymous says:

The 1850s called. They want their casebook back. Outdated. Just buy the Gilberts or whatever and go online to learn the CL of Contracts. So many other ways to learn contracts that are so much faster than reading casebooks. All the essential cases will be listed in Gilberts. Or on Cornell’s LII website. Or a thousand other places.

Anonymous says:

Four Stars school book

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