02 March 2014


Colleague Kenny Ching recently made a presentation at KCON9. KCON is the leading annual conference of scholars of contract law and I've attended a few as well. Kenny presented on a case that is a staple of first-year Contracts, Jacob & Youngs v. Kent. (I expect to get to it in my section of Contracts the week after Spring Break.)

You can go here to read some comments about Ching's presentation by Valparaiso law prof Jeremy Telman. Telman's post is brief enough that I don't need to summarize if further. You can download and read the current version of the full article here. Highly recommended for those who've wondered if the great Judge Cardozo wasn't cutting some corners to get to his preferred result.

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