Contracts

Course Catalog Number: 
5020
Course Credits: 
4
Course Type: 
Lecture
Course Priority: 
General Enrollment Course
Enrollment is limited to first-year students.

What promises are legally enforceable? Why does the law enforce those promises? What does it mean to enforce a promise? This course explores those questions, using the basic concepts, principles, and doctrines of contract law, sometimes called “the law of broken promises.” Specific topics include the requirements for formation of a contract (such as offer and acceptance), justifications for enforcing promises (such as consideration or detrimental reliance), justifications for denying or limiting enforcement (such as unconscionability or mistake), interpretation of contract terms, and remedies for breach of contract.

Course Offerings 2015-2016

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Fall Term 2015-2016 14062
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Fall Term 2015-2016 14060
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Fall Term 2015-2016 14061
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Course Offerings 2014-2015

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Fall Term 2014-2015 14294
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Fall Term 2014-2015 14292
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