Law 100 - Contracts

Rebecca Stone

Rebecca Stone

Assistant Professor of Law
B.A. University of Oxford, New College, 1999
M. Phil. University of Oxford, Nuffield College, 2001
D. Phil. University of Oxford, Nuffield College, 2004
J.D. New York University School of Law, 2009

UCLA Faculty Since 2013
Course Description:

This is a course about the law governing private agreements. The course analyzes the criteria for determining whether or not a particular promise or voluntary agreement is legally enforceable and surveys the major legal issues affecting enforceable agreements. These issues include the questions of when a contract becomes binding, what persons acquire rights under a contract, the conditions under which performance is required or excused, what constitutes breach of contract, and the remedies available for breach of contract. Attention will be given throughout the course to the general problems of interpreting contract language, the role of contracts in a market society, the conflict between the commercial need for certainty and the demands of individual fairness, and the relationship between contract law and other areas such as torts, property and restitution.

Course Information:
​Faculty Term Course Section ​Schedule ​Units Requisite Satisfies SAW
Rebecca Stone 19S 100 LEC 3/4 TRF 10:35 AM - 11:50 AM 4.0 No No
Textbook Information:
Textbook for Spring 2019 LEC 3/4
Burton and Eisenberg (ed.) Contract Law: Selected Source Materials   2018 ed.  
ISBN: 9781642420265. West Academic Publishing. REQUIRED $56.75
Farnsworth et al. Contracts: Cases and Materials  8th ed.  
ISBN: 9781609300975. Foundation Press,. REQUIRED $241.00