Winter Term at UConn Law January 2, 2019 to January 18, 2019
Courses - Winter Term 2019
Sales (7634-15)
William Henning 
Enrollment Limit: 12 Students
2 credits


Course Dates: Jan 2-17, 2019
Live Lecture Dates: Jan 7, 11, 17, 2019 from 10:00 -11:00am.

This course studies the laws governing contracts for the sales of goods and services. Students will develop insight into how practitioners should deal with a variety of problems and gain the skills necessary to interpret statutes. Article 2 of the UCC is highlighted; a comparison is made to the Convention on the International Sale of Goods. Download flyer for Online Courses.

Trade Secrets (7375-15)
Steven Wilf

Enrollment Limit: 12 Students
1 credit

Library 518
Jan 4 – 16, 2019
Jan 4, 11: 10:00am – 12:00pm
Jan 7, 9, 14, 15, 16: 2:00pm – 4:00pm

This course examines broadly the law of confidential information.  It explores the ways that businesses deploy trade secret law to protect product information such as chemical formulae, business strategies, technological inventions prior to patents--or as an alternative to the patenting process, and compilations of information such as databases.  Taking a comparative approach, the course will address this area of intellectual property law in the European Union, the United States, Canada and Australia, and the United Kingdom.  Trade secret law will be understood broadly as information governance. The subject intersects with employment law, privacy, data regulation, commercial morality, duties of confidentiality and non-competes, and other areas of intellectual property law.

Applied Analytical Skills (7374-15)
Mary Beattie

Enrollment Limit: 18 Students
1 credit

Knight 215
Jan 3 – 17, 2019
T/TH 6:30pm – 9:30pm

Preparation of students for the bar review and bar exam process with a focus on improving the analytical and writing skills needed to do well on practice bar exam questions, including essay, multiple choice, and /or performance questions.  The course will cover selected specific topics tested on the bar exam with additional emphasis on refining memorization skills and learning how to self-assess writing and understanding of concepts. This course is not a substitute for a commercial bar preparation course, but may be taken before or at same time as a commercial bar prep class.  Enrollment priority will be given to students taking the bar in 2019. A lottery will be held to determine enrollment based on requests received by Friday, Nov. 23, 2018.