U.S. Law & Legal Institutions
This course focuses on the fundamental doctrinal, methodological and structural characteristics of the United States legal system. The approach will be comparative in nature and deal with selected topics drawn, inter alia, from constitutional law, the law of torts, contracts, civil procedure, and conflicts of law. American legal education, the judicial system, and the legal profession will be discussed as well. This course is only open to international LL.M. students (Insurance and U.S. Legal Studies).
- Date: Wednesday 09:00-11:00AM
- Location: ST225
- Catalog number-Section number: 7535-01
- Course Type: Lecture
- Prerequisites: None
- Credits (min/max): 2/2
- Notes: This course is only open to and required of non-US native LL.M. students. Students will also be enrolled in an additional component of this course for 2 more credits, for a total of 4.
- Enrollment status: Open
- Current enrollment/capacity: 16/30
- Reserve population/capacity: 0/0
- Waitlist enrollment/capacity: 0/50
- Grade basis: Graded
- Satisifies Writing Requirement: No
- Exam type: PROCTORED (2009-12-16T09:00:00)