JC Smith's The Law of Contract provides a superb overview of all the key areas of contract law, making it ideal for use on all undergraduate courses.
A focus on key cases acts as a springboard into analysis and critical discussion, and useful further reading recommendations provide students with a foundation for independent research. The book is easily navigated as chapters are kept short, with key points outlining the main concepts and topics broken down by regular headings.
These work as a useful signpost, and revision checklist.
Particular attention is paid to supporting assessment; each chapter ends with either an essay or problem-based question - guidance on how to answer these questions is given online, alongside a range of assessment-focused online resources, including a number of essay attempts from real students 'marked' by the author to give students insights into what examiners are looking for, and interactive self-test questions which provide instant feedback. Digital formats and resourcesThe third edition is available for students and institutions to purchase in a variety of formats, and is supported by online resources. - The e-book offers a mobile experience and convenient access along with embedded self-assessment activities, and multi-media content including a series of supportive audio recordings and links that offer extra learning support: www.oxfordtextbooks.co.uk/ebooks _ - The study tools that enhance the e-book, along with guidance on answering essay questions, links to key case judgments, and example essays from real students with annotation from the author, are all also available as stand-alone online resources for use alongside the print book. _