Sales and Leases: A Problem-based Approach

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Sales and Leases: A Problem-based Approach
1st Edition
Scott J. Burnham, Kristen Juras
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A Problem-based Approach


Scott J. Burnham

Curley Professor of Law

Gonzaga University School of Law


Kristen Juras

Professor of Law

The University of Montana School of Law


CALI eLangdell Press 2016

Introduction.1. About the Authors

Professor Scott J. Burnham teaches in the areas of contracts, commercial law, and intellectual property. Professor Burnham received his J.D. and LL.M. degrees from New York University School of Law in 1974 and 1981. Between degrees, he practiced in New York City with London, Buttenweiser, Bonem & Valente, and then as a sole practitioner. He has been a visiting professor at Santa Clara, Tennessee, Western New England, Memphis, UNLV, Hawaii, Ohio State, Cardozo, Montevideo (Uruguay), and Vytautas Magnus (Lithuania). He is the author of numerous law review articles in the fields of contracts, consumer law and legal education, and two books on drafting published by The Michie Company: The Contract Drafting Guidebook, which is written for practitioners, and Drafting Contracts, 2nd ed., which is written for law students. He is a member of the ALI.

Professor Kristen Juras has taught contracts, UCC Article 2, property, business, international law and other classes at the University of Montana School of Law since 2000. She is the coauthor of the Law of the Sea in a Nutshell (West 2009) and Cases and Materials on the Law of the Sea (Brill 2015). Prior to teaching, Professor Juras practiced transactional and commercial law for more than twenty years, including serving as general counsel for a publicly traded corporation.

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