Professor Marin has co-authored a comprehensive case book on Contract law. The book teaches important contract-law principles, including Multistate Bar Examination concepts, through the vehicle of all-Florida cases (with supplementation in cases where Florida has not addressed a major topic). In addition to the traditional case book, he has also co-created fill-in-the-blank chapter outlines and prequel videos to supplement law students’ in-class learning.
For more information on this case book and supplemental materials, please visit www.mylegs.org (mnemonic for contracts that must be in writing for enforceability purposes).
Be on your GAME: Etiquette tips for law students, Matthew Marin, Student Lawyer (December 13, 2021).
Asynchronous Teaching Methodologies: Pandemic Reflections and Best Practices, Matthew Smith-Marin & Amanda M. Fisher, The Learning Curve: A Publication of the AALS Section Academic Support, Summer/Fall 2021, at 11.
Two, Three, or Four Prongs? The Contractual Defense of Unilateral Mistake in Florida, Paul Carrier & Matthew Marin, The Florida Bar Journal, November/December 2021, Vol. 95, No. 6, at 16.
Leading with Compassion: Reflections on Post-COVID-19 Legal Education, Amanda M. Fisher & Matthew Marin, The Learning Curve: A Publication of the AALS Section Academic Support, Winter/ Spring 2021, at 14.
Creating and Administering an Asynchronous Course: Why it Works, and Why We Plan to Keep Doing it This Way, Institute for Law Teaching and Learning Summer 2021 Conference (June 10, 2021).
Remote Teaching Methods: Best Practices, The New England Consortium of Academic Support Professionals (NECASP) Annual Conference (March 26, 2021).
Compassion in Law School: Post-COVID-19 Implications, Hamilton Lugar School Symposium (January 14, 2021).