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Varsity Tutors can help connect you with a qualified tutor in your area or online for help with contract law. Contract law is an important component in a variety of legal practice areas. As a first-year law student, you must take a full year of contract law. This course is a component of both the Multistate Bar Exam, or the MBE, and the state-specific bar exams. Many courses will continue to work with contracts in other legal courses (such as labor law, property, and contract drafting), but the bulk of first-year coursework focuses on commercial contracts.
Commercial contract law is vast, detailed, and complex. Students must navigate between common law principles of contract law, which have their roots in English law, and the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC), a voluminous collection of contract law proposals that have been adopted by most states. The emphasis on learning the 2,000-page UCC means that contract law courses are less reliant on reading case law than most courses, and although reading case law is certainly difficult, many students find reading and parsing through the Uniform Commercial Code to be even more dry and tedious.
Harmonizing common law contract principles with the Uniform Commercial Code for a particular set of facts can be overwhelming. When is there a contract offer? When is there acceptance? Is there a valid agreement in place? Can the contract be canceled, and if so, how does the canceling party go about ending the agreement appropriately? If the contract is just breached, what is the penalty for nonperformance? And if there is no express agreement, is there an implied contract? The questions, much like the memorized material, are seemingly endless.
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Recent Contract Law Tutoring Session Notes
Total for two sessions, 45 minutes each, on March 1st and March 15th. For the first session, the student had to prepare notecards for a speech and write a personal narrative. Most of the time was spent on the narrative, and we discussed use of quotes vs summarization, organization, and narrative style. In the second session, he wrote the speech prepared in the first session, and we went over one of his vocabulary assignments. We discussed word meanings, parts of speech, and sentence structure.
The student and I worked on some history vocabulary. I wanted to look at some math with him so I did my best to imagine a 4th grade geometry quiz. Hopefully his parent can check him on Tuesday to make sure he's ready. The student has a science test on Thursday in 3 sections, and we began to make him his own study guide (based on the handout given to him by his teacher). I've instructed him to continue working on it on Tuesday and we'll check it out on Wednesday.
This session involved writing. She was given a prompt and was to write it based on the format of an e-mail. She was given twenty minutes to write a well written e-mail with minimal mistakes. Afterwards she was to read it a out loud and correct her mistakes. After today she seems to be a little more confident about her ability in her writing.
The student and I continued our EOC review by going over the structure of DNA, the macromolecules that contribute to DNA, the organization of DNA throughout the different phases of cell division and several pages of her most recent lecture which include Darwin's Theory of Evolution. We reviewed what a trait, phenotype, adaptation and homologous structures all meant in terms of Darwin's Theory of Evolution.
The student and I worked on the relationship between position, velocity, and acceleration. We focused on interpreting and drawing displacement, velocity, and acceleration graphs. We also reviewed graphing limits for advanced precalculus.
Today we started with her homework, which was translating word problems to equations using variables. She's doing okay with it, but will need some more practice. We also worked on solving equations for a variable by using addition and subtraction.