U.S. Contracts (LLM Only) (LAW-504L-001)
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This course is designed to provide a basic understanding of American contract law for LLM students. It assumes that students in the course already have a basic familiarity with contract law in their own jurisdictions. The course covers the core topics dealt with in the first-year J.D.-level contracts course,including the requirements for making a promise legally enforceable, defenses to liability on an otherwise legally-enforceable promise, the interpretation and implication of contract terms, issues of breach, conditions, and anticipatory repudiation, and legal and equitable remedies for breach of a promise.
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First Class Readings
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