Family LawThis three credit course will cover materials traditionally covered in Domestic Relations I and II. Approximately one-half of the semester will be devoted to marriage, non-traditional intimate partnerships, divorce or dissolution, and the division of property on dissolution, as well as prenuptial, postnuptial and separation agreements. The other half of the semester will explore issues involving parents, children and the State, including paternity proceedings, assisted conception and the new reproductive technologies, child support, child custody and visitation, child abuse and neglect, and adoption.
Is this course open to LL.M. students? Yes
Do the credits of this course count toward the specialized program credits that students need for the International Law & Justice LL.M. Program? Yes
Additional information: Students who have taken either Domestic Relations I or Domestic Relations II should not register for this course.
|Partial list of professors who teach or have taught this course:|
|Lenhardt, Robin A.||Spring 2010, Spring 2011|
|Huntington, Clare||Fall 2010|