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A study of the constitutional and extra-constitutional law bases and restrictions on the power to regulate immigration into the United States.
Students will learn about the Canadian legal system through introductory lectures and a series of hands-on, practical exercises that simulate the practice of law in Ontario.
The course goes through an historical introduction, focusing on the sources of law.
This course will examine the psychological and ethical dimensions of the practice of law through reading and analysis of literary and scholarly works.
An examination of the interrelationship between religion and society, focusing on the Establishment and Free Exercise clauses of the First Amendment.
This course covers the sources and application of legal ethics rules, including the role of lawyer as "advocate" and "counselor."
This course is designed to cover the unique ethical issues that prosecutors face in criminal cases.
Study of the legal and policy considerations which structure and define the still emerging area of public employee unionization.
A study of the important principles of Articles 2 (sale of goods) and 2A (leases) of the Uniform Commercial Code and of their practical application.
A study of the law governing the creation, perfection, and enforcement of security interests in personal property under Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code.
This course examines the United States Supreme Court's death penalty jurisprudence since the late 1960s, with particular emphasis on the development of the Court's 8th Amendment 'death is different' jurisprudence.
An introduction to the Federal income tax system.
This course will focus on the rules of procedure in the United States courts in civil litigation.
A study of the origins and fundamentals of judicial review and the constitutional litigation process, and of several important constitutional law topics...
This course, which focuses on enhancing students’ ability to engage in legal analysis, is coordinated with the subject of Criminal Procedure.