Selected Subject Specific Study Aids for the First Week of Spring 2021 Exams

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1L Subjects for the First Week of Spring 2021 Exams

Criminal Law

Selected Study Aids for Help Understanding Criminal Law

  • Criminal Law CALI Lessons
    • Available via CALI
    • CALI currently offers a number of interactive exercises for students studying Criminal Law. You will need to set up a password to use CALI online. To set up a username and password, you will be asked to enter UC Law’s authorization code. UC Law students can get this code from any reference librarian.
  • Criminal Law: Examples & Explanations
    • Available via the Wolters Kluwer study aid subscription
    • Examples & Explanations: Criminal Law, combines textual material with examples, explanations, and questions to test students’ comprehension of the materials and provide practice in applying information to fact patterns. This study aid provides an overview of Criminal Law, together with examples that illustrate how these principles apply in typical cases. Features coverage of subjects in eight major areas: the purposes of punishment, Actus Reus & Mens Rea, homicide causation, inchoate crimes: solicitation & attempt, group criminality: conspiracy & complicity, rape defenses & excuses. A series of problems at the end of each section or chapter assist you in testing your understanding. Answers are provided for these problems.
  • Criminal Law (Hornbook)
    • Available via the West Academic study aid subscription
    • Think of a hornbook as a mini-treatise for law students. It provides a more in-depth analysis of law school subjects than the other series. This Hornbook provides detailed discussion on the topics of responsibility, justification and excuse, inchoate crimes, accomplice, and liability. Attention is also given to subjects such as causation, insanity, and conspiracy.
  • Understanding Criminal Law
    • Available via Lexis OverDrive study aid subscription
    • The text focuses on the basic elements of, and defenses to, all crimes; provides in-depth coverage of such crimes as homicide, rape, and theft; and covers other important topics covered in the Criminal Law course, such as accomplice and inchoate liability. Understanding Criminal Law also covers theories of punishment, sources of the criminal law, and overarching principles such as legality and proportionality. The common law is emphasized with extensive comparisons to the Model Penal Code and modern statutes. This edition offers the most significant updating ever, including coverage of quickly-changing legal areas, such as sexual assault and self-defense law. Recent and ongoing revisions to the Model Penal Code are also covered.

Selected Study Aids for Criminal Law Exam Review and Preparation

  • Acing Criminal Law
    • Available via the West Academic study aid subscription
    • Titles in the Acing Series use a unique checklist format with sequential questions that help students fully evaluate a subject. The books also present numerous hypothetical problems and sample answers. Acing Criminal Law covers the topics typical of a first-year Criminal Law course. It covers The nature of criminal law; Actus Reus; Mens Rea; mistake; causation; accomplice & vicarious liability; attempt; conspiracy; solicitation; assault; sex crimes; homicide; theft; justification defenses; and excuses.
  • The Glannon Guide to Criminal Law
    • Available via the Wolters Kluwer study aid subscription
    • The Glannon Guide to Criminal Law is a concise, clear review of criminal law topics organized around multiple-choice questions. It includes brief explanatory text about each topic, followed by one or two multiple-choice questions. After each question, the author explains how the correct choice was chosen and clarifies why other options were not correct. New hypotheticals feature situations involving the Model Penal Code.
  • Questions and Answers: Criminal Law
    • Available via Lexis OverDrive study aid subscription
    • This study guide includes over 150 multiple-choice and short-answer questions arranged topically for ease of use during the semester, plus an additional set of 16 questions comprising a comprehensive “practice exam.”

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Constitutional Law

Selected Study Aids for Help Understanding Constitutional Law

  • Constitutional Law CALI Lessons
    • Available via CALI
    • CALI currently offers a number of interactive exercises for students studying Constitutional Law. You will need to set up a password to use CALI online. To set up a username and password, you will be asked to enter UC Law’s authorization code. UC Law students can get this code from any reference librarian.
  • Constitutional Law National Power and Federalism: Examples and Explanations
    • Available via the Wolters Kluwer study aid subscription
    • Constitutional Law: National Power and Federalism, is a problem-oriented guide to the principle doctrines of constitutional law that are covered in the typical course. This text walks the student through issues pertaining to the structure of our constitutional system, including judicial review, justiciability, national power, supremacy, the separation of powers and federalism, as well as some of the structural limitations that the Constitution imposes on state powers. Combines textual material with well-written and comprehensive examples, explanations, and questions to test studentsrsquo; comprehension of the materials and provide practice in applying legal principles to fact patterns. New to the Eighth Edition: Roughly 25 important new decisions from the Supreme Court’s 2016, 2017, and 2018 terms such as Trump v. Hawaii; South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc.; Sessions v. Morales-Santana; Minnesota Voters Alliance v. Mansky; Murphy v. NCAA; Patchak v. Zinke; Trinity Lutheran Church of Columbia, Inc. v. Comer.
  • Principles of Constitutional Law
    • Available via the West Academic study aid subscription
    • The book analyzes the constitutional issues studied today, and discusses the origins of judicial review and federal jurisdiction, federal commerce and spending powers, state powers in light of the dormant Commerce Clause, the war power, freedom of speech and religion, equal protection, due process, and other important individual rights and liberties.
  • Understanding Constitutional Law
    • Available via Lexis OverDrive study aid subscription
    • Understanding Constitutional Law covers all of the central concepts and issues students encounter in any basic constitutional law course. Structure of Government issues revolve around the twin themes of federalism and separation of powers.

Selected Study Aids for Constitutional Law Exam Review and Preparation

  • Black Letter Outline on Constitutional Law
    • Available via the West Academic study aid subscription
    • This outline summarizes the black-letter rules of Constitutional Law. It also contains a glossary and sample examination questions and answers. The Black Letter Outline series contains comprehensive outlines of particular areas of law, capsule summaries of each outline, practice examinations, and examples and review questions. This outline summarizes the black-letter rules of Constitutional Law. It also contains a glossary and sample examination questions and answers. Part one covers the allocation of national and state governmental power. Part two covers individual rights and liberties and the constitutional limitations on governmental power.
  • The Glannon Guide to Constitutional Law
    • Available via the Wolters Kluwer study aid subscription
    • This Glannon Guide offers explanations, multiple-choice questions, and analyses. It provides an overview of the constitutional doctrines that govern the structure and powers granted in the U.S. Constitution, as well as those that protect individual rights and liberties. New to the Third Edition: combined the government structure and powers volume with the rights and liberties volume into one convenient, economical, and easy-to-use aid Updated with recent Supreme Court cases and related questions; new flowcharts and tables visually illustrate and clarify complex areas of doctrine New Closing Closers. Provides multiple choice questions at varying levels of difficulty, along with detailed explanations of correct and incorrect answers that all students can use to self-test within each chapter.
  • Questions and Answers: Constitutional Law
    • Available via Lexis OverDrive study aid subscription
    • This study guide includes 192 multiple-choice and short-answer questions arranged topically for ease of use during the semester, plus an additional set of 24 questions comprising a comprehensive “practice exam.” For each multiple-choice question, the authors provide a detailed answer that indicates which of four options is the best answer and explains thoroughly why that option is better than the other three options. Each short-answer question is designed to be answered in fifteen minutes or less, and includes a thoughtful, comprehensive, yet brief model answer.

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2L & 3L Subjects

Criminal Procedure I & II

Selected Study Aids for Help Understanding Criminal Procedure I

  • Criminal Procedure CALI Lessons
    • Available via CALI
    • CALI currently offers many interactive exercises for Criminal Procedure students. You will need to set up a password to use CALI online. To set up a username and password, you will be asked to enter UC Law’s authorization code. UC Law students can get this code from any reference librarian.
  • Criminal Procedure (Hornbook)
    • Available via the West Academic study aid subscription
    • Think of a hornbook as a mini-treatise for law students. It provides a more in-depth analysis of law school subjects than the other series. This title analyzes the law governing all major steps in the criminal justice process, beginning with investigation and ending with post-appeal collateral attacks. All major themes are covered, with emphasis upon those basic issues deemed most significant in the case law and literature. Because of their special importance, leading Supreme Court opinions are given in-depth treatment.
  • Criminal Procedure I: The Constitution and the Police: Examples & Explanations
    • Available via the Wolters Kluwer study aid subscription
    • This study aid provides an overview of Criminal Procedure, together with examples that illustrate how these principles apply in typical cases. The text gives students a sense of the theoretical flow and logic of law enforcement by following police procedural order. It includes a special section on terrorism in the United States and the Fourth Amendment ramifications. A series of problems at the end of each section or chapter assist you in testing your understanding. Answers are provided for these problems.
  • Understanding Criminal Procedure Vol 1: Investigation
    • Available via Lexis OverDrive study aid subscription
    • The Understanding series provides an overview and analysis of legal subjects. It provides less analysis than a hornbook but more than a nutshell. Understanding Criminal Procedure Volume One: Investigation is intended for use in introductory criminal procedure courses focusing primarily or exclusively on police investigative process and constitutional concerns. A chapter on the defendant’s right to counsel at trial and appeal and other non-police-practice issues is included in both volumes. The seventh edition of Investigation incorporates all of the major Supreme Court cases since the last edition was published, such as Riley v. California, Maryland v. King, Utah v. Strieff, and Florida v. Jardines. It also contains expanded coverage of issues surrounding searches of computers and internet traffic and a more in-depth exploration of the effect of United States v. Jones on Fourth Amendment search doctrine.

Selected Study Aids for Help Understanding Criminal Procedure II

  • Criminal Procedure II: From Bail to Jail: Examples & Explanations
    • Available via the Wolters Kluwer study aid subscription
    • This study aid provides an overview of Criminal Procedure, together with examples that illustrate how these principles apply in typical cases. The text additionally contains information on non-criminal trial remedies for prosecutorial misconduct; treatment of ABA standards, especially those relating to effective assistance of counsel; emphasis on the continuing struggle with rules of discovery, both as a constitutional matter, and as a matter of court rules, both federal and state; the expansion of the right to counsel, in Rothgery and other cases; and the Court’s willingness to impose on counsel, but not on judges, the duty to provide defendants prior to entry of a guilty plea of important information on collateral matters. A series of problems at the end of each section or chapter assist you in testing your understanding. Answers are provided for these problems.
  • Inside Adjudicative Criminal Procedure: What Matters and Why
    • Available via the Wolters Kluwer study aid subscription
    • Inside Adjudicative Criminal Procedure: What Matters and Why discusses bail, grand jury and prosecutorial decision-making, discovery, speedy trial, jury selection, trial by jury, right to counsel, double jeopardy, guilty pleas and plea bargaining, sentencing, and post-verdict trials and strategies. Each chapter describes the most critical legal concepts, and contains succinct discussions of relevant case law and statutes. A connections section at the end of each chapter link chapter topics with other chapters in the book.
  • Understanding Criminal Procedure: Vol. 2, Adjudication
    • Available via Lexis OverDrive study aid subscription
    • The Understanding series provides an overview and analysis of legal subjects. It provides less analysis than a hornbook but more than a nutshell. Understanding Criminal Procedure Volume Two: Adjudication covers the criminal process after the police investigation ends and the adjudicative process commences. The text covers the most important United States Supreme Court cases in the field. Where pertinent, the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure, federal statutes, and lower federal and state court cases are considered. The broad overarching policy issues of criminal procedure are laid out and some of the hottest debates in the field are considered in depth and objectively.

Selected Study Aids for Criminal Procedure Exam Review and Preparation

  • Acing Criminal Procedure
    • Available via the West Academic study aid subscription
    • This text covers incorporation and retroactivity, right to counsel, search and seizure, police interrogations and confessions, identification Procedures, the Exclusionary Rule, and entrapment. Checklists are provided for all topics generally covered in the basic criminal procedure course.
  • Exam Pro on Criminal Procedure (Objective)
    • Available via the West Academic study aid subscription
    • This study aid will enhance understanding of criminal procedure and sharpen exam skills. There are three comprehensive sample examinations, containing 40 questions each. It contains answers that explain why one choice is correct and why the alternatives are wrong.
  • Glannon Guide to Criminal Procedure
    • Available via the Wolters Kluwer study aid subscription
    • The Glannon Guide to Criminal Procedure is a review of criminal law topics organized around multiple-choice questions. It includes brief explanatory text about each topic, followed by one or two multiple-choice questions. After each question, the author explains how the correct choice was chosen and clarifies why other options were not correct.
  • Questions and Answers: Criminal Procedure — Prosecution and Adjudication
    • Available via Lexis OverDrive study aid subscription
    • This book and its companion, Q&A: Criminal Procedure – Police Investigation, will assist learning and exam preparation in criminal procedure courses and for the bar exam. This volume covers discretion to prosecute, bail, complaint, initial appearance, preliminary hearing, grand jury, plea bargaining, joinder and severance, motion practice, discovery, time limitations, jurisdiction and venue, trial, double jeopardy, and post-conviction remedies.

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Mergers & Acquisitions

Selected Study Aids for Help Understanding Mergers & Acquisitions

  • Corporations CALI Lessons
    • Available via CALI
    • CALI currently offers interactive exercises under the Corporations topic for Mergers & Acquisitions students. You will need to set up a password to use CALI online. To set up a username and password, you will be asked to enter UC Law’s authorization code. UC Law students can get this code from any reference librarian.
  • Mergers and Acquisitions (Concepts & Insights)
    • Available via the West Academic study aid subscription
    • This text provides a concise statement of the the state corporate and federal securities laws governing mergers and acquisitions law designed for law students taking an advanced business law course such as mergers and acquisitions or corporate finance, lawyers practicing in corporate takeovers, and judges faced with cases arising out of such transactions. This thoroughly updated third edition features a considerably expanded treatment of practical aspects, such as drafting merger agreements, preparing disclosure documents, and dealing with takeover defenses.
  • Mergers and Acquisitions Law (Hornbook)
    • Available via the West Academic study aid subscription
    • Gevurtz & Sautter’s Hornbook on Mergers and Acquisitions provides a comprehensive exploration of this important topic. Written in a casual style designed to engage the reader, the book clarifies and critiques critical doctrine. In addition to covering corporate laws governing mergers and acquisitions, the book explores securities, tax, and antitrust laws, as well as addressing the business, financial, and practical lawyering aspects of mergers and acquisitions.
  • Mergers and Acquisitions in a Nutshell

Selected Study Aids for Mergers & Acquisitions Exam Review and Preparation

  • Acing Business Associations
    • Available via the West Academic study aid subscription
    • This book provides an explanation of corporations, agency and partnership, and the other subjects addressed in most Business Associations courses. To accompany its explanations, the guide utilizes a checklist format to lead students through questions they need to ask and issues they need to address, to fully evaluate the agency, partnership or corporations, problems they will face when studying this subject.
  • Corporations and Other Business Entities CrunchTime
    • Available via the Wolters Kluwer study aid subscription
    • This study aid provides flow charts, capsule summaries, exam tips, short answer exam questions, multiple choice questions, and essay questions with model answers.
  • Questions and Answers: Business Associations
    • Available via Lexis OverDrive study aid subscription
    • Q&A books consist of multiple choice and short answer questions with detailed explanations of the answers. This study guide includes over 190 multiple-choice and short-answer questions arranged topically for ease of use during the semester, plus an additional set of 28 questions comprising a comprehensive “practice exam.”

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Bankruptcy

Selected Study Aids for Help Understanding Bankruptcy

  • Bankruptcy CALI Lessons
    • Available via CALI
    • CALI currently offers a number of interactive exercises for students studying Bankruptcy. You will need to set up a password to use CALI online. To set up a username and password, you will be asked to enter UC Law’s authorization code. UC Law students can get this code from any reference librarian.
  • Bankruptcy and Debtor/Creditor: Examples & Explanations
    • Available via the Wolters Kluwer study aid subscription
    • This text covers the rules of bankruptcy law and applies them in context, using the examples. It covers the nature, source, and policies of bankruptcy law formation; the framework of the debtor/creditor relationship; unsecured debt; secured debt and priorities; debt collection under state law; fraudulent transfers; bankruptcy jurisdiction, the powers of the bankruptcy court; debtor eligibility and bankruptcy relief; commencement and dismissal of the bankruptcy case; the automatic stay; property of the estate; trustee powers; executory contracts and unexpired leases; claims against the estate; Chapter 13 and 11 plans. A series of problems at the end of each section or chapter assist you in testing your understanding. Answers are provided for these problems.
  • Principles of Bankruptcy Law (Concise Hornbook)
    • Available via the West Academic study aid subscription
    • This book focuses on the material covered in a typical law school course on Bankruptcy. It covers both business and consumer bankruptcy. The book explains basic bankruptcy concepts and then uses those concepts to make code provisions understandable.
  • Understanding Bankruptcy
    • Available via Lexis OverDrive study aid subscription
    • The Understanding series provides an overview and analysis of legal subjects. It provides less analysis than a hornbook but more than a nutshell. This book provides a detailed introduction to bankruptcy and related state and federal debtor-creditor law. It is equally useful in an introductory Creditors’ Rights course that emphasizes bankruptcy; a free-standing Bankruptcy course; or an advanced course in Chapter 11 Reorganization. It provides an ample explanation of the issues likely to arise in any of these courses, specifically including issues raised by the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005.

Selected Study Aids for Bankruptcy Exam Review and Preparation

  • Black Letter Outline on Bankruptcy
    • Available via the West Academic study aid subscription
    • This Black Letter Outline on Bankruptcy and Related Law helps law students recognize and understand the basic principles and issues of law covered in law school courses. Coverage includes: Extrajudicial collection devices Judicial debt collection Fraudulent transfers Creditors with special rights Debtor’s state law remedies and the Collective Creditor Act Commencement, conversion, and dismissal of a bankruptcy case Stay of collection actions Property of the estate Exemptions A Text Correlation Chart outline is cross-referenced to the leading casebooks on creditors’ rights and bankruptcy. This volume includes numerous examples, short questions and answers, a practice examination, and analysis.y need to ask and issues they need to address, to fully evaluate the agency, partnership or corporations, problems they will face when studying this subject.
  • The Glannon Guide to Bankruptcy
    • Available via the Wolters Kluwer study aid subscription
    • This study guide is designed to help you prepare for the introductory bankruptcy and creditors’ rights class, as well as a more advanced Chapter 11 class. It starts with a few chapters on state court collection procedures, then introduces the Bankruptcy Code system and its definitions, discusses bankruptcy court jurisdiction and administration, and then covers various bankruptcy topics that are applicable in any type of bankruptcy. Thereafter, the guide discusses topics in the context of the three main types of bankruptcy cases, known by their chapter numbers within the Bankruptcy Code: Chapter 7 liquidation cases; Chapter 13 individual payment plan cases; and Chapter 11 business reorganization cases. Brief explanatory text about a topic is followed by one or two multiple-choice questions, and after each question the author explains how the correct choice was chosen.
  • Questions and Answers: Bankruptcy
    • Available via Lexis OverDrive study aid subscription
    • This book contains 398 multiple-choice and short-answer questions with clear, detailed answers for each question, along with a two-hour, comprehensive practice exam, also with detailed, step-by-step explanations. The questions and answers cover the major chapters of the Bankruptcy Code (7, 11, 12, and 13) and include expertly designed questions on consumer bankruptcy, corporation liquidation, corporate reorganization, family farms, bankruptcy procedure, and many other issues. Specific coverage includes: the structure of the Code, bankruptcy eligibility, property of the estate and exclusions, the automatic stay, claims resolution and distribution, administrative powers, executory contracts, avoiding powers, preferences and exceptions, strong-arm powers, fraudulent transfers, recovery of avoided transfers, discharge and dischargeability, exemptions, means-testing, redemption, reaffirmation, reorganization plans in both chapter 11 and chapter 13, plan confirmation, advanced issues in chapter 11, non-discrimination, lien avoidance, and revocation of plan confirmation.

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Antitrust

Selected Study Aids for Help Understanding Antitrust

  • Antitrust: Examples & Explanations
    • Available via the Wolters Kluwer study aid subscription
    • This study aid features an explanation of the economic basis of American antitrust law and expanded treatment of advanced economic topics, like oligopoly theory, monopolistic competition, and the economics of vertical restraints. It extensively lays out the real-world practical background of antitrust law and gives full coverage to topics in the Sherman and Clayton Acts; price discrimination and the Robinson-Patman Act; the process of merger review under the Hart-Scott-Rodino Act, and others. Furthermore, it incorporates the Supreme Court’s decisions in FTC v. Actavis and FTC v. Phoebe Putney; important lower court developments, like the Seventh Circuit’s ruling in Minn-Chem v. Agrium; and the 2010 revisions to the Horizontal Merger Guidelines. This new edition covers the “two-sided” or “platform” market theory introduced in the Supreme Court’s seminal 2018 decision in Ohio v. American Express; revised its coverage of conspiracy, monopolization, and merger law in light of key lower-court decisions, like United States v. AT&T, New York v. T-Mobile, Steves & Sons v. JELD-WEN, Viamedia v. Comcast, SC Innovations v. Uber Technologies, and the Alston NCAA litigation; and expanded treatment of advanced antitrust economic theory in a substantially revised Appendix, including a full examination of bargaining theory and other developing models, and their performance before the courts.
  • The Law of Antitrust, an Integrated Handbook (Hornbook)
    • Available via the West Academic study aid subscription
    • This updated edition of a venerable antitrust law treatise will meet the needs of lawyers, judges, scholars, and students. As in prior editions, it provides a clear statement of the law, visits unresolved issues and areas of controversy, and provides a candid assessment of the strengths and weaknesses of the various positions. The new edition also contains a more user-friendly index.
  • Understanding Antitrust and Its Economic Implications
    • Available via Lexis OverDrive study aid subscription
    • The seventh edition of Understanding Antitrust and Its Economic Implications attempts to offer an accurate and balanced description of the current state of antitrust law as well as its historical foundations and the evolution of the law. Although the state of the law has remained much the same since the last edition, applications of it continue to evolve. Highlights include: (1) Implications concerning the use of leverage; (2) Bundled discounts; (3) Post-Leegin vertical restraints; (4) New merger guidelines; (5) Relevance of the Robinson and Patman Act; (6) Summary judgment consequences; (7) Strategies associated with delaying entry into a market; (8) Insights into whether the goal of antitrust is efficiency or consumer welfare; and (9) Conflicting opinions on whether the Foreign Trade Antitrust Improvements Act focuses on an antitrust claim or a jurisdictional issue.

Selected Study Aids for Bankruptcy Exam Review and Preparation

  • Black Letter Outline on Antitrust
    • Available via the West Academic study aid subscription
    • Black Letter Outlines are designed to help a law student recognize and understand the basic principles and issues of law covered in a law school course. Black Letter Outlines can be used both as a study aid when preparing for classes and a review of the subject matter when studying for an examination. This outline covers: Antitrust Economics – Price Theory and Industrial Organization; Cartels, Tacit Collusion, Joint Ventures and Other Combinations of Competitors; Monopolization, Attempt to Monopolize and Predatory Pricing; Vertical Integration and Vertical Mergers; Tie-ins, Reciprocity, Exclusive Dealing and the Franchise Contract; Resale Price Maintenance and Vertical Nonprice Restraints; Refusals to Deal; Horizontal Mergers; Conglomerate and Potential Competition Mergers; Price Discrimination and Differential Pricing Under the Robinson-Patman Act; Jurisdictional, Public Policy and Regulatory Limitations on the Domain of Antitrust; and Enforcement, Procedure and Related Matters.
  • Gilbert Law Summaries on Antitrust
    • Available via the West Academic study aid subscription
    • The topics included are common law restraints of trade, federal antitrust laws (including Sherman Act, Clayton Act, Federal Trade Commission Act, interstate commerce requirement, and antitrust remedies), and monopolization (including relevant market, purposeful act requirement, and attempts and conspiracy to monopolize). Also included are collaboration among competitors (including horizontal restraints, division of markets, and group boycotts), vertical restraints, and mergers and acquisitions (including horizontal mergers, brown shoe analysis, vertical mergers, and conglomerate mergers). Further topics addressed are price discrimination–Robinson-Patman Act, unfair methods of competition, patent laws and their antitrust implications, and exemptions from antitrust laws.
  • Questions and Answers: Antitrust
    • Available via Lexis OverDrive study aid subscription
    • This study guide includes over 150 multiple-choice and short-answer questions arranged topically for ease of use during the semester, plus an additional set of 40 questions comprising a comprehensive “practice exam.” For each multiple-choice question, Professor Ghosh provides a detailed answer that indicates which of four options is the best answer and explains thoroughly why that option is better than the other three options. Each short-answer question is designed to be answered in fifteen minutes or less. For these questions, Professor Ghosh provides a thoughtful, comprehensive, yet brief model answer. The questions cover: (1) Antitrust policy and background Antitrust economics; (2) Antitrust institutions; (3) Horizontal restraints and cartels; (4) Vertical restraints; (5) Monopolization; (6) Monopolistic conduct; (7) Attempted monopolization; (8) Mergers and acquisitions; and (9) Price discrimination.

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Sales

Selected Study Aids for Help Understanding Sales

  • Sales CALI Lessons
    • Available via CALI
    • CALI currently offers a number of interactive exercises for students studying Sales. You will need to set up a password to use CALI online. To set up a username and password, you will be asked to enter UC Law’s authorization code. UC Law students can get this code from any reference librarian.
  • Sales and Leases: Examples & Explanations
    • Available via the Wolters Kluwer study aid subscription
    • This text offers introductions, concrete examples, and explanations for understanding UCC Articles 2 and 2A. It addresses efforts to revise Articles 2 and 2A. It also includes recent cases on the scope of Article 2, as well as those on the disclaimer of consequential damages.
  • Principles of Sales Law (Concise Hornbook)
    • Available via the West Academic study aid subscription
    • This book provides a comprehensive introduction to Articles 1 and 2 of the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC). It provides a useful resource for students and practitioners dealing with sales or contract issues.
    • Available via Lexis OverDrive study aid subscription
    • This Understanding treatise offers a concise, yet comprehensive survey and analysis of the legal principles that affect the law governing sales and leases of goods. This book presents an integrated treatment of Articles 2 and 2A of the Uniform Commercial Code. The primary focus is on sales, with material addressing lease transactions woven into the text at appropriate points.

Selected Study Aids for Bankruptcy Exam Review and Preparation

  • Gilbert Law Summaries on Sale and Lease of Goods
    • Available via the West Academic study aid subscription
    • The topics discussed in the Sale and Lease of Goods outline are Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) Article 2, sales contract (including offer and acceptance, parol evidence rule, statute of frauds, assignment and delegation, and revision of contract terms). Also covered are types of sales, including cash sale transactions, auctions, “sale or return”, and “sale on approval” transactions, express and implied warranties, and privity.
  • The Glannon Guide to Sales
    • Available via the Wolters Kluwer study aid subscription
    • This text includes an introduction to working with the uniform commercial code; discusses the the scope of article 2; formation; the parol evidence rule; interpretation and modification; the statute of frauds; warranties; disclaimer of warranties; third-party beneficiaries; the code scheme for performance; delivery and shipment; excuse of performance; assurances and reclamation; Seller’s remedies; Buyer’s remedies; limitation of remedies; assignment and delegation; the statute of limitations. Coverage of Article 2a looks at leases of goods; software transactions; and International sales.
  • Friedman’s Sales
    • Available via the Wolters Kluwer study aid subscription
    • Friedman’s Practice Series helps you develop the skills for spotting issues and preparing answers for your next exam. Real laws school exams test your knowledge of the key concepts and rules with a collection of essay and multiple-choice questions. Set up to mirror actual exams, the series features long essay questions as well as some that are relatively short and medium-length.

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