Business Organizations: An Integrated Approach (Doctrine and Practice Series) covers traditional corporate law doctrine and cases and thus will be familiar to corporate law professors, but also uses a variety of techniques to ensure that students are able to understand and learn complex topics in a sophisticated but accessible manner. These techniques include:
outlining core concepts at the beginning of each chapterreinforcing core ideas at the conclusion of each chapterpresenting short questions before and after the cases to focus on key issuesusing different visuals for text books and statutesusing problems that contain familiar and relatable factual scenarios throughout the bookproviding quick self-assessments and online multiple choice assessmentshighlighting key business concepts the first time they appear in cases to put those concepts in context
Business Organizations: An Integrated Approach also provides students with opportunities throughout the book to see how the law works in practice, through short drafting exercises and statutory analysis.
Business Organizations: An Integrated Approach also seeks to integrate issues related to social responsibility, sustainability, corporate purpose, and shareholder rights throughout the book. It does so by discussing these themes at the outset and then using problems, questions and text boxes to demonstrate the ways in which these themes arise, and may have an impact on, in different cases and business law contexts.