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agathos
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contract hornbook

Postby agathos » Tue Sep 20, 2011 12:12 am

viewtopic.php?f=3&t=26949

in that post I saw something like contract hornbook Dobbs
I can not find it in amazon. Dobbs is a tort professor ,is not it ?

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Judge Philip Banks
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Re: contract hornbook

Postby Judge Philip Banks » Tue Sep 20, 2011 12:22 am

I think both Farnsworth and Calamari & Perillo have good contracts hornbooks.

And yes, Dobbs is a torts guy (but might have contracts stuff - I'm not sure).

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Re: contract hornbook

Postby morris248 » Tue Sep 20, 2011 7:00 pm

I don't see why you need anything other than E&e on contracts. If you want a hornbook

Calamari and Perillo's Hornbook on Contracts (Hornbook Series Sixth Edition) by Joseph M. Perillo

but it is about 70.00 you would probably be better off with

Black Letter Outline on Contracts, 5th by John D. Calamari for about 15.00 used

agathos
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Re: contract hornbook

Postby agathos » Tue Sep 20, 2011 9:06 pm

morris248 wrote:I don't see why you need anything other than E&e on contracts. If you want a hornbook

Calamari and Perillo's Hornbook on Contracts (Hornbook Series Sixth Edition) by Joseph M. Perillo

but it is about 70.00 you would probably be better off with

Black Letter Outline on Contracts, 5th by John D. Calamari for about 15.00 used


Thanks for your advice.




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