CALI (Computer Assisted Legal Instruction) publishes over 150 computer-based tutorials in over 20 different legal subject areas (INCLUDING CONTRACTS). The lessons use a variety of formats and methods for teaching doctrine, analysis and critical thinking skills.
LexisNexis teamed up with BARBRI to create several law school outlines you can access online or download. Barry Law students, faculty, and staff will need to log into their LexisNexis accounts to access this and other outlines.
Barry Law students, faculty, staff, and alumni may create free accounts to check out e-books (including this collection of multiple choice questions and answers for Contracts) for a limited time and access them on and off campus.
Barry Law students, faculty, staff, and alumni may create free accounts to check out e-books (including this detailed treatise that breaks down the major Contracts concepts) for a limited time and access them on and off campus.
Williston on Contracts covers and analyzes every aspect of contract law, including historical underpinnings, majority and minority views, and current trends. It traces contract law from its common-law roots in English cases and shows how it has evolved to meet contemporary concerns.
Hailed as "the greatest law book ever written," the venerable 15-volume Corbin on Contracts is one of the most cited and influential treatises in print. Providing an exhaustive analysis of all the rules of contract law, including all exceptions and variations, Corbin on Contracts can help you prevent disputes and keep your clients out of court.