Law 413 - Contract Law: Analysis and Application
Jin S. Park
J.D. UCLA School of Law
This course examines US. contact law from a transactional approach. It is designed for LL.M. students with some legal experience. The course is an introduction to main topics in contract law, including issues of formation, enforceability, defenses, terms, performance and breach, excuse, remedies and third parties. In addition, this course examines how contract law principles affect the real-world transactional practice. Students will examine real life agreements and complete assignments to familiarize them with common issues U.S. deal lawyers face in negotiating and reviewing various types of business contracts. There may be lectures by guest speakers practicing in the fields of employment law, IP law, and litigation.
Course Specific Learning Outcomes:
Students will study main U.S. contract law principles and learn how they affect the real-world transactional practice. Students will learn common issues U.S. deal lawyers face in negotiating and reviewing various types of business contracts.
|Jin Park||18S||413||LEC 1||R 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM||2.0||No||No|
|This course is limited to LLM students. Students who wish to enroll must contact the Graduate Studies Office.|
|Textbook for Spring 2018 LEC 1|
Kuney and Lloyd. Contracts: Transactions and Litigation 4th ed.
ISBN: 9781683281085. West Academic. REQUIRED $224.96