By any measure, Farnsworth & Young's <em>Cases and Materials on Contracts</em> is one of the leading American casebooks on contracts, perhaps the leading casebook. Part I of this Review considers the book's merits as a tool for teaching contract doctrine. In this respect the book excels. Part II considers it as a tool for introducing students to broader perspectives on contract law. In this respect the book's success is somewhat less complete.
Geoffrey R. Watson, A Casebook for All Seasons? Cases and Materials on Contracts, 5th Edition by E. Allan Farnsworth & William F. Young, 20 SEATTLE U. L. REV. 277 (1997).