Contract Law and Theory (2007)
• Overview chapter presents the issues, methods, theory, and basic doctrines of modern contract law, serving as both a framework for analysis as well as a preview of subsequent chapters.
• Many chapters contain introductory essays that present some of the basic doctrines and theoretical approaches covered in the chapter. Additional essays within each chapter sharpen the focus on the particular doctrines discussed in each section.
• Extensive Note sections encourage students to integrate theory and doctrine in specific contexts.
• Contract rules are evaluated using a functional approach so that students consider the underlying purposes and policy goals.
• The Fourth Edition adds cases and analyses of new developments in contract law while condensing the current edition to facilitate teaching within a four-credit as well as a five- or six-credit format.
• A statutory supplement contains UCC Articles 1 and 2 and selected provisions and comments from the Restatement (Second) of Contracts.
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