Summary: The Seventh Edition casebook has several distinct aims. Those who prefer to emphasize the centrality of remedies and the economic orientation that implies will find the new order of chapters congenial. Those who cannot imagine not starting with a discussion of the concept of bargain or even offer and acceptance will find that they do not need to rip the book apart to do so. New teachers who are likely to view the experience of teaching contracts very differently at the end of the sem ...show moreester need not worry about conducting major surgery to change their approach the next year. The book is constructed out of relatively brief interchangeable and free-standing blocks. At the same time the authors continue to avoid the temptation to edit cases heavily. It remains very important to present a judicial opinion that discloses the judge's process of decision and enough of the reasoning underlying the conclusion for students to appreciate the decision making process. It appears that most students and teachers prefer newer cases and up-to-date issues for examination. The authors have sadly bid farewell to a number of old friends that have been replaced by more contemporary cases. These new cases present students with relevant issues stated in a currently recognizable voice. ...show lessEdition/Copyright: 7TH 06
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