Monday, October 12, 2009

Addressing the Transactional Pedagogy Issue: The New Teachers' Manual for Unincorporated Business Entities 4th

Posted by Jeff Lipshaw

I selected Larry Ribstein's book on unincorporated business entities when I started teaching the agency, partnership, and LLC class here at Suffolk in the spring of 2008, because I thought it did the best job of bridging doctrinal issues to real business situations.  What I thought it should have, however, was a dynamite teachers' manual, and Larry was kind enough to let me have at it for the Fourth Edition.

The manual is out now - 326 pages, jam-packed with class suggestions, business problems, slides (including a CD), tear-out three-hole punched pages.  If you are looking to adopt a book for your unincorporated business entities class, please make sure you take a look at this.

http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/legal_profession/2009/10/addressing-the-transactional-pedagogy-issue-the-new-teachers-manual-for-unincorporated-business-enti.html

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