Tongish v. Thomas: The Case that Encapsulates the Entire Contracts Course

This is the second in a series of cartoons I’m making about the Contracts course.  This one is about Tongish v. Thomas, the expectation interest, and (generally) the plural values embedded in contract law. Enjoy!

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5 Responses

  1. Contract1L says:

    These short videos are extremely helpful. Please produce more. Also, would you mind citing the articles that the characters discuss. I found the Perdue article mentioned int his video, but I have been unable to find the Austrian article on utility you mentioned in your first cartoon.

    Again, thank you

  2. Love it! When I was in Chemistry, I made a comic strip featuring many well-known gases. I’ll just tell you that Hydrogen will bond with anybody.

  3. Bruce Boyden says:

    Helium on the other hand dances alone.

  4. dave hoffman says:

    C1L: The entire series will be keyed to the Barnett casebook and the Perspectives readings he has recommended to go with them. (Published by Aspen). the Austrian article is the classic by Ludwig Von Mises, for e.g., and is excepted in the casebook. Thanks for the feedback — I will have more videos up shortly.

  5. andrew says:

    Really a great video. Please make more.