Materials on Accounting for Lawyers, 2nd ed.
Uses a "learn by doing" approach. Its Teacher’s Manual augments the casebook with alternative problems for each chapter, additional materials and references to accounting promulgations. Its four suggested syllabi make it a tool for adapting the casebook to two- and three-credit hour basic courses or a two-credit hour advanced course.
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Barrett, Matthew J. and Herwitz, David R., "Materials on Accounting for Lawyers, 2nd ed." (1997). Books. 12.
Supplements: 1999, 2000
Cited by the Supreme Court of the United States in its unanimous opinion in Mutual Insurance Co. v. Commissioner, 523 U.S. 382, 384 (1998).
Adopted for classroom use at more than fifty law schools, including Harvard, NYU, University of California (Berkeley), Georgetown, and USC.