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1. Contracts: Examples and Explanations
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2. Gilbert Law Summaries: Contracts
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3. Contracts (Sum & Substance
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4. Principles of Contract Law (Concise
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5. Emanuel Law Outlines: Contracts
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6. Calamari and Perillo on Contracts
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7. Construction Contracts
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8. The LESI Guide to Licensing Best
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9. Construction Scheduling: Preparation,
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10. Casenote Legal Briefs: Contracts
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11. Concepts and Case Analysis in
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12. Contracts (Law in a Flash)
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13. Contracts in a Nutshell (Nutshell
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14. Problems in Contract Law: Cases
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17. Land Trusts for Privacy &
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19. Contract Theory
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20. Business Contracts Kit for Dummies

1. Contracts: Examples and Explanations (Examples & Explanations Series)
by Aspen Publishers
Paperback (March, 2004)
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Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Blum is the Contracts Master
This is the best study aid I had in my first year.Blum's E&E helped me understand concepts as they came up, and was perfect for outlining at the end of the term.Buy it - you won't regret it!!

4-0 out of 5 stars Good, but I wasn't thrilled
Good book, but perhaps not the best for my course. I initially bought Gilberts and this book. Then I tried to order a different used study aid online and the seller sent me Emanuel's on Contracts, which ended up being the best study aid for Contracts, I thought. Back to the E&E: this book gives a good overview and a clear explanation. The Examples and Explanations are pretty good. However, I agree with the reviewer above that Blum is too vague in the Explanations. Just give us the answer (whether "yes," "no," or "could go either way")! I also have another complaint about the Explanations -- they're way too damn long! Get to the point! I sat there for 10 minutes reading a 4 page Explanation. It's ridiculous. I felt like I was reading High Court case briefs when I was reading the Explanations. I do like the fact that there are Examples that you can work, but Emanuels has Questions following each chapter as well that are more concise and to the point.
5-0 out of 5 stars A Contracts Essential
Well, I just finished my first year.Exams finished the day before this writing.I came to Amazon to thank this book and write a favorable review to help first years that will follow.
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Subjects:  1. Contracts    2. Legal Reference / Law Profession    3. United States   


2. Gilbert Law Summaries: Contracts
by Harcourt Legal & Professional Pubns
Paperback (January, 2002)
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5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Supplement
I just finished my Contracts final, but I will not blame my grade on this book.
5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Aid!
The charts in this book are what makes it so effective and helpful.Once again Gilbert's has provided law students with a great teaching aid and exam study guide.The questions in the back are very good, but beware 1L's in your first semester not having all of the information necessary to fully answer the questions.
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Subjects:  1. Law    2. Contract law   


3. Contracts (Sum & Substance Cd's "Outstanding Professor"Series)
by West Group
Audio CD (01 October, 2002)
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Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Entertaining & Enlightening
Upon receiving my copies of "Contracts" audio CDs (Douglas J. Whaley), I am surprised at the negative reviews.Having completed two masters degrees, I have plenty of experience with poor instructors, poor textbooks, poor audio lessons; and poor universities.In my opinion, these Contracts CDs are excellent.Professor Whaley provides:(a) a clear speaking voice; (b) excellent inflection to keep the listener's attention; (c) good humor and vocabulary; (d) humorous case examples (e.g., minors as chimpanzees, dog law, paid-in-full checks, etc.); (e) well-organized lectures; and (f) plenty of detail to support further research.While I am not a Law student, these CDs are providing an excellent refresher for my MBA Business Law classes.These CDs are worth the price, and I will be ordering Professor Whaley's CDs on "Sale & Lease of Goods" (as well as the Finz CDs on Torts).

3-0 out of 5 stars Anyone... anyone... Bueller?
I have two S&S sets, Contracts and Torts.The difference is night and day.The Torts CDs are dare I say it... fun!The Contracts CDs are sooo dry and boring as to make them almost unlistenable.It's almost like listening to someone read from a textbook.I gave it 3 stars because some people might be looking for that type of "just give me the facts" approach.But my preference is for an entertaining listen that makes the CDs fun and memorable.You will NOT find that here.

5-0 out of 5 stars A Great Review
I really enjoyed Professor Whaley. He does stammer a bit, but he speaks very fast and covers a lot. I love his viewpoints and he clearly loves the subject. He has a great sense of humor and makes the lectures dynamic. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Audio Adult: Other    2. Contracts    3. Law    4. Contract law   


4. Principles of Contract Law (Concise Hornbook Series) (Hornbook Series Student Edition)
Paperback (22 April, 2004)
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5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent supplement to the Hillman/Summers Casebook
This hornbook makes reading the case book very, very easy.It summarizes all of the concepts from their textbook in a simple and concise manner.I highly recommend reading this book and staying afew pages ahead of your assigned text reading.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent prepatory book
I bought this and used it heavily through Contracts, and found it took be a very good supplement to the casebook.It covers the main issues in very good detail, but cannot be trusted as a single source for contract law of course - a short book could not be expected to do that.
4-0 out of 5 stars Good
Good study aid. He didn't cover some topics iwith the same detail as my professor, but what he does cover is presented in a concise and clear manner. I also enjoyed his perspective on contract law, for example the way he organizes the material and the examples he uses to present the ideas. Overall I'm glad I read this as part of my exam preparation.
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Subjects:  1. Contracts    2. Law   


5. Emanuel Law Outlines: Contracts
by Aspen Publishers
Paperback (September, 2006)
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5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent - Best Contracts Supplement Out There
This review is for Emanuel's outline, not Crunch Time (though Crunch Time for Contracts is also excellent). This is the best Contracts supplement out there and probably the best Emanuel's outline as well (rival = Emanuel's on Con Law). VERY thorough (almost like a hornbook in this respect). This is what you need for Contracts. Someone sent me this by accident after I had been using Gilberts for a few months. I thought I didn't want it because I already had Gilberts and some other supplements, so I put it on the backburner for awhile while I used Gilberts. Then I started taking a look at it once every so often when I was still confused after reading Gilberts (and other stuff). I started to realize that this book was much better than Gilberts, so I put Gilberts on the backburner. (Gilberts is good, but this book is much more thorough and just better overall.) One of the most necessary law school supplements.

5-0 out of 5 stars very solid supplement
I bought this outline and also Gilbert's contracts outline, and this one was better in several important ways.One that sticks out in my mind is UCC provision 2-207, which relates to "battle of the forms," which is one of the most difficult topics to master in Contracts.While the surface-level issues may be apparent to everyone, the more subtle implications are not covered well in Gilbert's or in the official comments in the UCC (despite substantial text).If you don't know 2-207 extremely well going into your final, you should be worried at a minimum.Emanuel's treatment of this and most other topics is quite good, and it is consistently better than Gilbert's for Contracts.

5-0 out of 5 stars good overview
I like the Emanuel Outline because it spells out the rules for you and what you need to know.I read the cases, then go back and read the section it relates to - its really helpful for class if you get called on, and for preparing an outline.I have tried 2 other types of study guides - I find I like this format the best. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Contracts    2. Legal Reference / Law Profession   


6. Calamari and Perillo on Contracts (Hornbook Series Student Edition)
by West Group
Hardcover (August, 2003)
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2-0 out of 5 stars Could have been better, I think
Well, the fact that I'm writing a review about this book, while it's sitting open on my desk next to my computer, open and not being read, might be some evidence of how I'm enjoying this book. This book just goes on and on in complex an unclear language about a subject which shouldn't be so difficult. This book is not clear or easy to understand at all. Every sentence is awkward and followed by a footnote, and the masses of footnotes together take up half of EACH page (!), making this work look like a research project for a PhD publication. I have the casebook in this series, and sometimes it seems reading the cases alone will bring more clarity. And it turns to be true! This book might be good if you're advanted-contracts and want to know every little detail, or as an advanced reference later on, to look something up like in an encyclopedia. Some concepts, which should be pretty clear just get too in-depth coverage in this book. It's too complex for a first-year student. Sometimes it starts describing the different views out there, and then there's a jumble in your head as to what the law really is. I wish the author used his own knowledge and fluid language more than footnoted ideas from other authors.

1-0 out of 5 stars Best used as a doorstop.
This book tells you nothing that the U.C.C., Restatement 2nd, and a basic cases and examples book (Farnsworth, for instance) doesn't already tell you.This hornbook, however, is much denser and dryer than these other texts.Surely there must be better study texts out there than this for the first-year Contracts student.
4-0 out of 5 stars Best Hornbook I Own
And I own far too many, especially for someone who actually spends time writing Amazon reviews.
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Subjects:  1. Contracts    2. Law    3. Transportation    4. United States   


7. Construction Contracts
by McGraw-Hill Science/Engineering/Math
Hardcover (30 November, 2000)
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Subjects:  1. Building Construction    2. Construction    3. Construction - General    4. Construction contracts    5. Engineering - Civil    6. Engineering Construction Management    7. Science/Mathematics    8. Taxation    9. Technology    10. Technology & Industrial Arts    11. United States    12. Construction industry    13. Contract law    14. Law / Construction    15. USA   


8. The LESI Guide to Licensing Best Practices: Strategic Issues and Contemporary Realities
by Wiley
Hardcover (15 May, 2002)
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Subjects:  1. Contracts    2. Contracts (Law)    3. Foreign licensing agreements    4. Intellectual Property - General    5. Law    6. Law Of Intellectual Property    7. Legal Reference / Law Profession    8. License agreements    9. United States    10. Business & Management    11. Intellectual property, copyright & patents    12. Law / Intellectual Property    13. USA   


9. Construction Scheduling: Preparation, Liability and Claims
by Aspen Publishers
Hardcover (March, 2002)
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Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Comprehensive, Useable, and Readable
The book was a long read and made some challenging conclusions but provided me with specific, valuable knowledge in serious construction scheduling topics such as extension of time claims and time impact analysis.The examples included are many as are the case studies.The book opened my mind as to the significant capability the construction schedule can have on making or breaking the profitablility of a compressed project or one that is prone to delays.The book is a must read for consultants on the matter but also important to senior project controls staff. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Construction    2. Construction contracts    3. Construction industry    4. Contracts    5. Law    6. Law and legislation    7. Legal Reference / Law Profession    8. Production scheduling    9. United States   


10. Casenote Legal Briefs: Contracts - Keyed to Knapp, Crystal & Prince
by Aspen Publishers
Paperback (July, 2003)
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Subjects:  1. Contracts    2. General    3. Law    4. Legal Reference / Law Profession   


11. Concepts and Case Analysis in the Law of Contracts (University Textbook Series)
by West Publishing Company
Paperback (May, 2001)
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Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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1-0 out of 5 stars OK...But not for a law students
This book was ok. It won't help the 1L law students looking for an aid to help them supplement their readings.This book is just a glorified canned case book.Highly recommended for those CONSIDERING law school and want to read about contracts BEFORE they start school.Once your in law school, look for another source.

5-0 out of 5 stars A charming introduction to legal thinking
This is one of the few books that someone should consider reading before law school. Written in a fluid style, the book provides an adequate overview of what could be called "Contracts' Greatest Hits." While it is probably not sufficient to rely on for exams, it is a great introduction to legal thinking generally.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Best Supplement For Contracts Students
This book explains contract law simply and effectively in an incredibly small number of pages.The book covers the entire common law of a first year course.When taking Contracts, I used Chirelstein as a review of a section of law, and it noted just about every seminal case.Often, the explanations were better than my professor's (and perhaps not conicidentally, sometimes they were the same).Now that I am a second-year student, I still use it as my first reference for contracts before looking to a horn book or Westlaw.I would recommend every first year law student to have a copy.It is easy on the back and on the mind.
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Subjects:  1. Cases    2. Contracts    3. Law    4. Legal Reference / Law Profession    5. United States    6. Contract law   


12. Contracts (Law in a Flash)
by Aspen Publishers
Cards (June, 2005)
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5-0 out of 5 stars only way to go
These flash cards are the best way to drill the info into your brain. And the older versions still work too. Keep them around for any and all exams, essay, quizzes.

5-0 out of 5 stars A huge help
Myself and a lot of my classmates used these for our final exam and I have to tell you that they were a HUGE help.Notes and books are great too but myself and a few of my classmates used this as one of our primary ways of preparing the last few days before exams.I highly recommend. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Contracts    2. Law    3. Legal Reference / Law Profession   


13. Contracts in a Nutshell (Nutshell Series,)
by West Group Publishing
Paperback (June, 2000)
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5-0 out of 5 stars Contracts in a Nutshell
Thank you so much for a nutshell version of contracts!It's all beginning to make sense now!I believe this book was key in helping me to pass this, not so much fun, class!

4-0 out of 5 stars This Book Saved My Life!!!
Some time around mid-semester, I was hopelessly lost and confused in my contracts last. In my despair, I bought this book. It opened up my eyes and lifted the fog of contracts for me. My final grade in the class was much better than I hoped for and I have to partly thank this book for that. The only thing keeping me from giving it 5 stars is that it is useful for bare bones knowledge of contracts, and shouldn't be used to replace attending class and taking good notes.

5-0 out of 5 stars A Must Read!
This book is as simple as it gets. Contract law is one of the more complex subjects in law school. Any material that adds complexity to an already challenging subject has little value especially to 1L's and even bar candidates. Understanding the basics of the subject is crucial. That is why this book stands out from the rest. I have read the casebook, a hornbook in this jurisdiction as well as various textbooks in a foreign jurisdiction. "Contracts in a Nutshell" gives the simplest explanation of the law by far. It is a must read indeed! ... Read more

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14. Problems in Contract Law: Cases and Materials (Casebook)
by Aspen Publishers
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5-0 out of 5 stars Great Casebook
In comparison to the other casebooks I've been forced to read this year as a 1L, this casebook is probably the best written.Instead of just placing emphasis on the cases and the rules to glean from them, it also highlights key principles and strategies to use as a lawyer in the future(termed lawyering by the authors).I must admit that taking Nathan Crystal's contract class obviously helps in the understanding of the book, but it's a good regardless.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Seller
This seller is great, the book is in great condition and I paid half of what everyone else paid, not to mention the fact that the bookstore sold out and I was one of the only people in my class that had a book. Great seller, great conditioned book, fast shipping. Thanks!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars best casebook out there
This casebook was, by far, the best casebook I had as a 1L. It was well-organized, insightful, and clear. The author notes did much to clarify the complexities of contract law. As a student of Knapp's I'm probably a bit biased, but I did effectively learn my contracts. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Cases    2. Contracts    3. Law    4. Legal Reference / Law Profession    5. United States    6. Contract law   


15. The Law of Contracts and the Uniform Commercial Code
by Thomson Delmar Learning
Hardcover (13 February, 1995)
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16. A Manual of Style for Contract Drafting
by American Bar Association
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Subjects:  1. Contracts    2. Contracts (Law)    3. English Language (General)    4. General    5. Language    6. Law    7. Legal Reference / Law Profession    8. Legal Writing    9. Legal composition    10. United States    11. Contract law    12. English    13. Law / General    14. Writing & editing guides   


17. Land Trusts for Privacy & Profit: Using the "Illinois-Type" Land Trust in Other States
by Galt Press
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Subjects:  1. Contracts    2. Law    3. Real Estate    4. Real Estate - General   


18. Legalines: Contracts: Adaptable to the Sixth Edition of the Farnsworth Casebook (Legalines)
by Gilberts Law Summaries
Paperback (25 October, 2002)
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4-0 out of 5 stars Helpful for Concept Explanation
It doesn't follow all the casebook law, but is clear about concept explanation.

5-0 out of 5 stars a must
if your using the farnsworth contracts book, this is a must. it is the most important purchase that i have made all semester. it goes through all of the cases in the book, as well as the black letter of the law. it is an excellent resource material to use when finals roll around. purchase this book at the begining of the semester and use it as a review periodically. ... Read more

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19. Contract Theory
by The MIT Press
Hardcover (01 January, 2005)
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5-0 out of 5 stars Comprehensive and well-writen
Probably the best book on Contract Theory I know. Very rigorous but with the posibility of a second non-mathematical reading. The conceptualization of most examples and motivations in terms of buyer-seller limits the scope to economists.
5-0 out of 5 stars Fabulous contract theory book
I really liked this book -- it's very clear and covers a breadth of material.I have two complaints: the notation is sometimes less clear than it could be, and secondly, I think some things could be made clearer using monotone methods (a la Topkis) and the Milgrom-Segal envelope theorems.But other than that, I'd say it's a fabulous book, going over a lot of material with good examples, and building its way up from simple illustration to general theory.It's more expensive than the competition, but it's worth it; trust me, I'd know -- I bought the competitors too and then returned them.

5-0 out of 5 stars Exceptional
Despite more than 20 years of research there are not many books out there on contract theory.Laffont & Martimort and Salanie are perhaps the most widely read ones.What distinguishes this book from others is its comprehence coverage of modern contract theory: unlike the others, it allocates sizable portions on multilateral/multiagent/dynamic/incomplete frameworks, which until now only had to be learned by reading journal articles.This book picks out the most important and influential models and present them in depth, while not losing sight of other streams of literature.My only complaint is the book is not exactly user-friendly in some places.I had to spend quite a bit of time trying to figure out some missing steps in derivations.Usually these were resolved in second reading, so it is not a major issue (reminded me of reading quantum mechanics...)The benefit of having a single definitive source of modern contract theory (as opposed to flipping through hundreds of journal articles) is enormous for a student like me who is new to the subject.I suggest reading Salanie along with it.Salanie is more readable and short, and these two complement each other very well. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Business & Economics    2. Business / Economics / Finance    3. Business/Economics    4. Contracts    5. Economics - Microeconomics    6. Economics - Theory    7. Methodology    8. Business & Economics / Microeconomics    9. Contract law    10. Microeconomics   


20. Business Contracts Kit for Dummies (With CD-ROM)
by For Dummies
Paperback (15 May, 2000)
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5-0 out of 5 stars Great Book for Novices
I needed a book that would explain the basics and give me the confidence I needed to draft contracts. This book hit the spot. The author, deftly explains the basics of contracts, boilerplate terms and what not to do. It was simple, funny and very informative. I was specifically looking for information on business sales contracts but found a lot of information about stock purchases, employee contracts etc., things I will need to know more about in the future. The CD was also very helpful with a wealth of document examples. I would heartily recommend this book for others like me, newcomers to the business world. Once you have the basics or wish to delve deeper into the legal jungle then you will need a more indepth text. However for those without a legal background and in need of a concise, easy to understand and informative book on business contracts, this is the book for us. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Accounting - General    2. Business & Economics    3. Business / Economics / Finance    4. Business Law    5. Business Writing    6. Business/Economics    7. Commercial law    8. Contracts    9. Entrepreneurship    10. Negotiating    11. Popular works    12. United States    13. Written Communication In Business    14. Business & Economics / Small Business    15. Business & Management    16. Contract law    17. USA   


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