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This syllabus contains class policies, a course description, course learning objectives, and general pertinent information for Professor Burgess’s Property course at the Charlotte School of Law. Additionally, the syllabus contains required materials, a grading rubric, course expectations, and other...
This syllabus contains class policies, a course description, course learning objectives, and general pertinent information for Professor Wallace’s Civil Law of Persons course at the Loyola College of Law. The course features experiential learning of Louisiana family law, with particular focus on...
Roberto L. Corrada, Professor and Chair of Modern Learning at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law, uses Michael Crichton's Jurassic Park to guide a simulation throughout his Administrative Law course. By the end of the semester, students have typically created a regulatory agency, worked...
The syllabus for Professor Steven Friedland's Evidence Law course discusses the goals, learning objectives, and structure of the course. The syllabus also contains the course policies, grading structure, and assignments. Lastly, the syllabus contains an outline of the course, organized by date, and...
The course syllabus for Negotiation discusses the goals, learning objectives, and structure of the course. The syllabus also contains the course policies, grading structure, and assignment. Lastly, the syllabus contains an outline of the course, organized by date, and the topic to be addressed at...
The course syllabus for International Tax discusses the goals, learning objectives, and structure of the course, including the use of problem-based teaching methods and research assignments. The syllabus also contains the course policies, grading structure, and assignment deadlines. Lastly, the...
The course syllabus for Advanced Contracts discusses the goals, learning objectives, and structure of the course, including the use of problem-based teaching methods through case studies. The syllabus also contains the course policies, grading structure, and assignment deadlines. Lastly, the...
The Collective Bargaining Agreement from Professor Corrada’s Labor Relations Law course represents the agreed upon terms negotiated between the professor and his students. The agreement includes class policies, grading requirements, assigned readings, elected officials, meeting schedules, and other...
The Discovery Practicum taught by Professor David Thomson at the University of Denver aims to help students understand the law, policy, and strategy involved in the discovery phase of litigation. This syllabus contains the course overview, learning objectives, course policies, the required textbook...
The Written Assignments and Due Dates document outlines the writing assignments of the Family Law with Skills course, which are used to evaluate the performance of students. The document lists each written assignment, the due date of the assignment, and any relevant details. Students must complete...
The Schedule of Topics and Reading Assignments outlines the Family Law with Skills course taught at Hofstra University by Professors Herbie DiFonzo and Andrew Schepard. The document breaks down the course class by class, detailing the particular topic of each class and the corresponding required...
The first year two-course sequence at Washburn University School of Law concentrates on doctrinal contract law development, practical contract skills development, as well as personal and professional development. The Course Policies and Assignments document for the first half of the course (...
The first year two-course sequence at Washburn University School of Law concentrates on personal and professional development, contract skills development, and doctrinal contract law development. This Activities and Assignments document for the first semester of the course (Contracts I) outlines...
The first year two-course sequence at Washburn University School of Law concentrates on doctrinal contract law development, practical contract skills development, as well as personal and professional development. This Course Policies and Assignments document for the second half of the course (...
The First Year Contracts course at the University of Southern California updates the traditional notion of a contracts course by teaching students to actually do contracts, as opposed to simply applying rules drawn from appellate cases and hypothetical scenarios. This course outline contains a...
Washington & Lee School of Law requires all third year law students to participate in an immersion course each semester: a litigation immersion course in the fall followed by a transactional immersion course in the spring. This schedule outlines the daily expectations for the students...
Washington & Lee School of Law requires all third year law students to participate in an immersion course each semester, a litigation immersion course in the fall followed by a transactional immersion course in the spring. The rules document outlines the general rules and expectations of the...
The State Civil Procedure course at the Regent University School of Law focuses on resolving civil matters in state court through the use of the problem-based method of teaching. This syllabus outlines the general expectations and goals of the course, as well as the weekly reading assignments.
This syllabus contains required assignments, class policies, and general pertinent information for the Copyright Law course at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. Additionally, the document contains a breakdown of weekly reading assignments categorized by particular subjects within the...
This syllabus contains required assignments, class policies, and general pertinent information for the White Collar Crime in Practice at the Golden Gate University School of Law. The document also contains a weekly breakdown of reading assignments and their corresponding category within the course.

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