Contracts: Cases, Text, and Problems is an electronic casebook available in PDF, Kindle, and ePub formats. This is the 2012 edition, updated in July 2012.
Created initially for a four-unit Contracts course at ASU, Professor Calleros designed Contracts: Cases, Text, and Problems as an "open-source" textbook. Other professors of contract law are invited to become “co-authors” by tailoring the book to their own courses. As an open-source book, professors can add, delete, or replace material as dictated by their own teaching styles and points of emphasis. Contracts offers professors a unique and innovative way to teach students in an up-to-date way, with easily customized material, and without being forced to buy multiple books and supplements.
Contracts is available in following packages:
Select the format below. The downloads are bundled in a ZIP file. You may not be able to open a ZIP file on an iPad or other tablet without extra software. We recommend you save the ZIP file to a computer and then transfer the unzipped ebook files to your iPad or other tablet device.
- PDF File - $20
- ePub and Kindle (for Kindle and other book readers and software) - $20
- All Formats - PDF, ePub, and Kindle - $25