Legal Drafting: Contracts (LAW-849A-001)
All summer 2021 classes will be taught online. Classes may have a combination of live sessions and asynchronous materials/assignments. The block of time listed here will be the maximum amount of live session meeting time expected of you and may decrease.
In the practice of law, clients look to theirýattorneys to be not only an authority regardingýlegal interpretation, but to also understand andýanticipate the nuances of complex transactions.ýWhen properly analyzed and crafted, a legalýagreement will clearly allocate and describe legalýresponsibility and risk and, at the same time,ýarticulate the obligations of the parties forýfuture action. Combining discussions of relevantýlaws and legal scenarios, along with drafting andýnegotiation assignments, this class continues theýacademic introduction of contracts and offersýessential skills for success in practice.
Textbooks and Other Materials
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Drafting and Analyzing Contracts, Fourth Edition, Scott J. BurnhamHandouts and problems created by the professor.
First Class Readings
Burnham – Chapter 13 Remedies pages 187-199
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