Contracts: Cases and Doctrine (Aspen Casebook Series)

Contracts: Cases and Doctrine (Aspen Casebook Series)
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ISBN10: 
0735526346
ISBN13: 
9780735526341
Pages: 
1138
Published: 
February 12th 2003 by Aspen Publishers
Rating: 
3.02

For a casebook that smoothly mixes the latest cases with more of the classics than any other book, choose Randy Barnett's Contracts: Cases and Doctrines. Now in its Third Edition, this popular casebook successfully employs a student-friendly "back-to-basics" approach.

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