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“The life of the law has not been logic; it has been experience.”
- Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes - The Common Law
Terrence Dwyer and Thomas Miller’s Business Law: Foundations for the 21st Century has evolved from the authors’ experience teaching the subject matter as well as their practical experience in many of these areas as legal practitioners.
Business Law: Foundations for the 21st Century makes the law accessible and relatable to students by emphasizing the presence of law in one’s life. The law guides our relations―those personal, professional and international. It civilizes us and defines us as a society.
The publication is based on a common understanding of the core student learning outcomes that students of a typical business law course should achieve. Topics such as Business Law & The U.S. Constitution, Business Law & Ethics, Property Law, Torts, Employment Law, and more are provided to students who will carry on the noble aims of commerce and business transactions which are methods for improvement of all society.
Business Law: Foundations for the 21st Century:
- Is relatable for your students. Some business law books are double and triple the length of this book, but provide absolutely nothing useful for students that this book doesn't provide.
- Includes chapters dedicated to contracts, business entities, and common business transactions.
- Is easy to adopt! Adopting instructors receive a 350 question test bank, PowerPoint© presentations for every chapter, and a document answering every single question presented. A professor could know almost nothing about business law and be able to teach with ease using this book.
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