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This is a very popular study aid on contracts. It has both pros and cons.
The pros: It drastically simplifies the material, making it easy to understand.
The cons: It drastically simplifies the material, making it easy to understand.
You get my drift. If you are looking for a nuanced analysis of contract law, try Farnsworth on Contracts (2003), the treatise not the casebook. If you have no idea what's going on and want a quick intro, read this work.
My recommendation against buying the book isn’t because it’s inherently awful, but because there is SO MUCH BETTER out there. I have been thrilled with every other book in the E&E series, but the Contracts one isn’t great. It’s not unusable in that the information given is accurate, but it lacks the organization and clarity of the others.