Assessment:In-class exam, open book. In-class exam, closed book. In-class exam, essay question. In-class exam, multiple-choice questions. In-class exam, true/false questions. Class participation. Non-graded out-of-class problems or exercises.
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Textbooks and Other Materials
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Barnett, Randy E. and Oman, Nathan B., Contracts: Cases and Doctrine (6th ed. 2017). A further optional text is Steven J. Burton and Melvin A. Eisenberg, Contract Law: Selected Source Materials Annotated (2017 ed.). You may find it convenient, although you can get along without it. Most assigned reading from this text is scattered throughout the casebook and what is not can be found in other new or used supplements, in the library, or on the internet.
First Class Readings
For our first class, please read and be prepared to discuss: Randy E. Barnett and Nathan B. Oman, Contracts: Cases and Doctrine (6th ed. 2017) pages 3-6, 9-11, and 33-43.
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