Help Wanted: Editing Contracts Monograph
I’m seeking editorial assistance from a few good Contracts scholars to provide a substantive review of the manuscript for my newest book, provisionally entitled Contracts in the Real World: Stories of Popular Contracts and Why They Matter (noted here).
The manuscript, now nearly complete to become a 240-page book, has been professionally edited for content and style, is trimmed to scale, and earlier chapter drafts have been read by a half dozen colleagues and several anonymous peer-reviewers. At this near-final stage, I’m looking for overall substantive evaluation, including not only correcting errors and minimizing unnecessary quibbling, but promoting the work’s utility to teachers of contracts and their students.
I would be delighted by anyone volunteering to read a few chapters to provide feedback, but am also prepared to pay a stipend (from my advance) for a more rigorous read of the full manuscript giving specific corrections, observations and suggestions. Any Contracts professor interested in either role, please email me: firstname.lastname@example.org, letting me know.