Inside the Classroom With Professor George Cohen

George Cohen
August 29, 2018

In his first-year contracts class, UVA Law professor George Cohen discusses Hamer v. Sidway (1891). That decision, by the New York Court of Appeals, determined that voluntarily abstaining from exercising legal rights in return for a promised future reward could count as a legal exchange in contract law.

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