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PracticePerfect Contracts

  • Ben Templin
  • Alexandra Sickler
  • Kamina A. Pinder
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PracticePerfect Contracts is a new visually engaging, interactive study aid to explain commonly encountered legal doctrines through easy-to-understand animated videos, illustrative examples, and numerous practice questions. It was developed by a team of experts in the field of Contracts, including Ben Templin, author of Contracts, A Modern Coursebook and Professor of Law at Thomas Jefferson School of Law, Alexandra Sickler, the Archie Unterseher Endowed Professor at the University of North Dakota School of Law, and Kamina A. Pinder, Director of the Professionalism Program and Professor of Practice at Emory Law. PracticePerfect for Contracts is the ideal study companion for today’s law students.

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Ben Templin
Thomas Jefferson School of Law

Professor Templin primarily teaches contracts, business associations, and remedies at Thomas Jefferson School of Law. Professor Templin’s work for Aspen Publishing also includes various study aids for contracts including a href="https:www.aspenpublishing.compp-contracts"PracticePerfect Contractsa and emLaw in a Flash Contractsem. Professor Templin also taught as a visiting professor at Mercer University School of Law and University of North Dakota School of Law as well as in summer abroad programs in Nice, France and Hangzhou, China. Professor Templin’s scholarly research currently focuses on contracts and contemporary law school pedagogy. Professor Templin’s early scholarship focused on public policy issues for topics ranging from social security reform to rule of law issues in China and the expression of the law in fine art. Prior to going to law school, Professor Templin had a 15-year career in magazine publishing, working primarily as an editor for print and electronic media for computer magazines.

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