The objective of this course is to familiarize the student with contracts as used by sophisticated parties. Accordingly, this course will explore "real-world" contracts actually entered into by "real-world" companies--the Coca-Cola's, Microsoft's, and HP's of the world. Through this course, the student will attain a certain facility with agreements, their organization and structure, their language, and their provisions. In addition to looking at contracts through the eyes of parties and practitioners, the course will pay considerable attention to how courts have treated various contractual provisions, exploring areas of substantive law--including, and in addition to, contract law--to the extent relevant. Readings will include comments from leading practicing attorneys at law firms and corporate law departments. The student's grade will be based on in-class participation as well as a mid-term exercise and a final exam. This course is highly recommended for those students interested in taking other transactional offerings at the Law School.
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