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Contract Law

Developed for Law School Exams and the Multistate Bar
Narrated by: Rafi Nemes JD
Length: 3 hrs and 18 mins
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Publisher's Summary

In Contract Law, we examine the black letter rules of contract law most commonly tested on the MBE and in law school. By combining a simple approach to legal learning with the innovative appeal of an audio study aid, Contract Law provides you with a concise overview of the subject matter in a way that makes it easy to learn, understand, and memorize. Contract Law also includes numerous hypothetical examples and analyses to help you apply the rules of law to any given fact patterns.

Key topics include:

  • Applicable law (common law versus UCC)
  • Contract formation (offer and acceptance, consideration, modification)
  • Offers (advertisements, termination of offers, irrevocable offers)
  • The mailbox rule
  • Statute of frauds
  • Defenses to contract formation (illegality, lack of capacity, duress, unconscionability, misrepresentation, mistake)
  • Parol evidence rule
  • Warranties
  • Material breach rule under the common law
  • Perfect tender rule under the UCC
  • Anticipatory repudiation
  • Discharge of duties (rescission, release, accord and satisfaction)
  • Third party involvement (third party beneficiaries, assignments, delegation, novation)
  • Breach of contract remedies (damages, specific performance)
  • Bonus examples

AudioOutlines creates innovative legal study aids, customized for audio. They are designed to simplify the learning process and help you gain a solid understanding of the subject matter. Listen and learn, anytime, anywhere, with AudioOutlines.

Disclaimer: Please note this publication is for educational purposes only and is provided as-is. AudioOutlines does not render legal or other professional advice.

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  • Timoteo
  • 08-03-2018

Sound concise contracts review

Rafi Nemes does a good job reviewing contract law concisely. His diction is clear and measured. It is even keeled and well paced, not too fast nor too slow. A brief review cannot touch on all legal nuances, but the content of the course appears to be sound. The transition between ideas is direct and fairly smooth. This review is briefer than other audio products available. I used it for CLE (continuing legal ed), though it is designed for law students and bar review. I recommend this item for students, lawyers, and anyone interested in learning about the common law of contracts in the U.S.

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  • Kevin Latshaw
  • 25-11-2017

Relevant

Good pace. Clear annunciation. Would recommend to fellow 1L students who are studying for exams.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 30-06-2018

Good summary to listen to in car or @ gym.

Good summary to listen to in car or @ gym. Sonething to listen to when you can't study for bar.

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  • ktb
  • 19-10-2018

it's not clear but this is American contract law

any UK students do not buy!! I made this mistake and regret it now as I didn't use the points to buy but my own money. now I'm stuck with a book that's pretty useless to me.