Transactions: The Tennessee Journal of Business Law
Contracts is not traditionally a transactional course. It is a contract litigation course that aims to answer the question, "What do I do if my client wants to escape from a contract or wants a remedy after the other side has breached?" It teaches students how to think like commercial litigators.
Christina L. Kunz, Debra Pogrund Stark, Richard K. Neumann Jr., and Cynthia M. Adams,
Incorporating Transactional Skills Training Into First-Year Doctrinal Courses, 2009 Transactions 331
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