‘Divergence and Reform in the Common Law of Contracts’ – (2018) 85 George Washington Law Review (special number)

Blake D Morant, Fall 2016 Symposium: Divergence and Reform in the Common Law of Contracts 85 George Washington Law Review 1581

Lord Patrick Stewart Hodge, Judicial Development of the Law of Contract in the United Kingdom 85 George Washington Law Review 1587

Mindy Chen-Wishart, Contractual Remedies: Beyond Enforcing Contractual Duties 85 George Washington Law Review 1617

Lawrence Cunningham, Contract Interpretation 2.0: Not Winner-Take-All but Best-Tool-for-the-Job 85 George Washington Law Review 1625

Martin A Hogg, The Implication of Terms-in-Fact: Good Faith, Contextualism, and Interpretation 85 George Washington Law Review 1660

James P Nehf, The Impact of Mandatory Arbitration on the Common Law Regulation of Standard Terms in Consumer Contracts 85 George Washington Law Review 1692

Mariana Pargendler, Comparative Contract Law and Development: The Missing Link? 85 George Washington Law Review 1717

Matthias E Storme, A Civilian Perspective on Network Contracts and Privity 85 George Washington Law Review 1739

Rolf H Weber, The Sharing Economy in the EU and the Law of Contracts 85 George Washington Law Review 1777

Miriam A Cherry, The Sharing Economy and the Edges of Contract Law: Comparing US and UK Approaches 85 George Washington Law Review 1804

Larry A DiMatteo, A Examination of Judicial Reasoning — When a Penalty Is Not a Penalty 85 George Washington Law Review 1846

Geraint G Howells, The European Union’s Influence on English Consumer Contract Law 85 George Washington Law Review 1904

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