I have two assigned textbooks for contract law. One is a textbook that has an overview of the principles, cases and statutes of contract law. The other contains extracts from cases and articles. I was wondering if it is necessary to read the case extracts. Some of them are quite lengthy and complicated. I was wondering if it is sufficient, in order to get a good mark in the exam, to just read the case summary on Westlaw for the relevant case, along with what my other textbook says about it.
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- 22-07-2016 14:06
- 22-07-2016 14:35
you need to read the academic articles on the points of law and uncertainties in order to get the top marks. i got a first but didnt really read the cases in full because it is so time consuming. you cannot rely on the textbook alone, even a detailed one will not have enough depth.