The §2-207 2-Step

Posted by T. Greg Doucette on Sep 17, 2009 in The 1L Life | Subscribe

Thursdays are Contracts days, and for an 8:30am class Professor Contracts keeps the energy level high.  But today stole the show.

We’re going over additional and different terms in contracts, and differences between the common law and the Uniform Commercial Code.  UCC §2-207 governs those additional terms when the UCC applies to a transaction, and Professor Contracts noted there are 2 different 2-step processes to figure out how those additional terms should be treated:  check §2-207(1) to figure out if you have a contract by forms and if so go to §2-207(2) for the additional terms, or check §2-204 if you have a contract by conduct, then go to §2-207(3) for the additional terms.

Fairly simple concept.

But to make extra certain everyone in the class got it down cold, Professor Contracts fired up this video mid-PowerPoint:

And yes, the rumors are true — he even danced a bit :)

This is the type of thing I was talking about when I said I’d fit in better at a NCCU than UNCCH ;) Good night folks! :D

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5 Comments

idwsj
Sep 18, 2009 at 8:14 AM

That’s fantastic.


 
Jansen
Sep 19, 2009 at 2:53 PM

He did not!


 
TDot
Sep 20, 2009 at 4:27 PM

Haha ohhhh yes he did :) I thought about recording a video on my phone but I didn’t want to get spotted. The class was rolling


 
WW
Nov 15, 2009 at 12:29 PM

Is it too late for me to transfer in to your school? lol


 
TDot
Nov 15, 2009 at 9:37 PM

I’ll see if I can pull some strings for you ;)


 

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