San Diego Law Review
Rubin discusses the failure of standard contracts courses to discuss contracts?or contracting behavior?at all, and he explains how socioeconomics can provide a way to bring these issues home for first year students. Rubin argues that there is a disconnect between contractual relationships and the law school "Contracts" course, that is illustrated by the structure of contemporary legal practice.
Why Law Schools Do Not Teach Contracts and What Socioeconomics Can Do About It,
San Diego L. Rev.
Available at: https://digital.sandiego.edu/sdlr/vol41/iss1/6