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Contract Law: Cases, Materials, and Commentary Paperback – 22 Sep 1994
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`Excellent in the amount of periodical literature it contains.'Mrs C.A. Hopkins, University of Cambridge
`The excellent contemporary contracts casebook that modern teachers have been waiting for.'Dr Joshua Getzler, University of Oxford
`clear treatments of the subject and reasonably priced'Say Goo, University of Exeter
`Completely new approach - unlike existing casebooks - ideal for students new to contract law.'Judith Riches, Brighton University
`It is a really impressive book - a formidable collection of materials.'Roger Brownsword, University of Sheffield
`Excellent book.'A.M. Dugdale, Keele University
`Excellent, affordable, current!'John Murphy, University of Manchester
`A very good and worthwhile book.'Hector MacQueen, University of Edinburgh
`ambitious and well-produced book'Cambridge Law Journal
Wheeler and Shaw have brought together a wide range of primary and secondary materials and combined them with their own extensive and elucidating annotations to produce a work which represents an exciting contribution to the study and teaching of law. (Consumer Law Journal)
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Sally Wheeler is a Lecturer in Law at the University of Nottingham. --Ce texte fait référence à une édition épuisée ou non disponible de ce titre.
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