American Contract Law I (along with its sister course Contracts II) provides a comprehensive overview of contract law in the United States. The course covers most of the key concepts found in a first year law school class. Each lecture is based on one or more common-law cases, integrating legal doctrines with policy discussions. The course also covers key sections from the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC), which governs the sale of goods.
By the end of the course, the learner should be able to understand:
Formation: how a valid and enforceable contract is created, including concepts such as offer, acceptance, consideration, and promissory estoppel.
CONSIDERATION AND ITS SUBSTITUTES THE CONSIDERATION DOCTRINE I
CONSIDERATION AND ITS SUBSTITUTES THE CONSIDERATION DOCTRINE II
THE BARGAIN RELATIONSHIP I
THE BARGAIN RELATIONSHIP II
THE BARGAIN RELATIONSHIP III
THE BARGAIN RELATIONSHIP IV
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I have been reviewing and negotiating contracts for years. This course is teaching me the "whys" behind what I have been taught. This course is challenging, exciting and informative. It has been very helpful.