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Welcome to Contract Law: Explained! This book is designed for non-lawyers who want to understand how to create and manage enforceable agreements. Whether you are a small business owner, contract manager, inventor, or anyone else who deals those mysterious and powerful documents called contracts, you will benefit from reading this book. Unlike most legal studies casebooks that are designed for Juris Doctor (JD) students of law, which present cases and then require you to figure out the law for yourself, this book explains the rules of contract law to a novice who has little experience with law. Rules are presented upfront and then explained so there is no guesswork. This is designed to help you quickly and efficiently learn what are the rules of contract law and how they operate, so you can then apply the law to your own applications. To streamline this book for a non-JD audience, I removed most of the cases and practice problems, based on the pedagogical philosophy that non-lawyers do not necessarily need training on how to read and interpret case law. For the student who wants to learn the case law method and who does not want to attend law school, this book is poorly suited, and I would recommend my other book, Contracts Law: Rules, Cases, and Problems instead. But if you want to learn all the basic parameters of contract law or are looking for a handy refresher on key concepts, this text is for you.
- Publication Date
- Jul 15, 2022
- All Rights Reserved - Standard Copyright License
- By (author): Seth Oranburg
- Interior Color
- Executive (7 x 10 in / 178 x 254 mm)