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carrie

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What do you think of these Contracts supplements?
« on: April 25, 2005, 09:33:28 AM »
1) Examples & Explanations for contracts
2) Farnsworth Contracts (hornbook)
3) Chirelstein
4) Emanuel's
5) Casenote legal briefs
6) Cases & materials on contracts by farnsworth, young & sanger
(Or is that the same as #2?)

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Re: What do you think of these Contracts supplements?
« Reply #1 on: April 25, 2005, 01:00:13 PM »
1) Examples & Explanations for contracts
2) Farnsworth Contracts (hornbook)
3) Chirelstein
4) Emanuel's
5) Casenote legal briefs
6) Cases & materials on contracts by farnsworth, young & sanger
(Or is that the same as #2?)

If you are using the Eisenberg book, get Gilbert because Eisenberg wrote it.  Gilbert is always a good call, regardless of the casebook author, but it makes even more sense to use it when the casebook and the outline were written by the same professor.  You know I love Examples and Explanations, so I would also recommend that. 

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Re: What do you think of these Contracts supplements?
« Reply #2 on: April 25, 2005, 02:29:25 PM »
Thanks girl! ;)

1) Examples & Explanations for contracts
2) Farnsworth Contracts (hornbook)
3) Chirelstein
4) Emanuel's
5) Casenote legal briefs
6) Cases & materials on contracts by farnsworth, young & sanger
(Or is that the same as #2?)

If you are using the Eisenberg book, get Gilbert because Eisenberg wrote it.  Gilbert is always a good call, regardless of the casebook author, but it makes even more sense to use it when the casebook and the outline were written by the same professor.  You know I love Examples and Explanations, so I would also recommend that.