Blond’s outlines seem small when compared to other law school study aids, but each chapter is very clearly worded and followed by a collection of short case briefs taken from major casebooks. Of particular note to visual learners are the Hanau charts featured at the beginning of each of these 6″ by 9″ books, which help put the various components of the course in perspective. Blond’s best use: read cover to cover, like a paperback book, particularly before beginning the semester to get a great overview of what the course will cover. You can skip the case squibs (refer to them later) and everything will fall into place. Cases included from casebooks by Areen; Foote, Levy & Sander; Krause; and Wadlington.