Friday, April 30, 2004

Contracts Paper - Check 

I was up until midnight, but I finished the contracts paper. Then it was up at 6:00 a.m. to go to work. I'll be driving into town at lunch today to drop it off in the faculty office. Now I can focus on Criminal Law and get ready for Monday's exam. I haven't really been able to put any quality time into studying for the exam because I kept thinking about the paper even when I had stepped away from it. We had dozens of choices of general topics for the assignment, and I chose to review a law review article dealing with restitution. Why didn't I just choose to summarize and compare several cases on a particular subject?

No, I had to dig up a dense, theory laden article from Theoretical Inquiries in Law. Oh well, it's done and I can take comfort knowing that the awarding to the plaintiff of the breaching party's profits from the breach is not likely to become part of restitutionary damages for breach of contract anytime in the near future. Now on to homicide and conspiracy!

Posted by Beth Henderson at 8:56 AM