Perspectives in U.S. Law IThis two-credit course surveys core U.S. legal doctrine in a number of areas such as contracts/sales, real property, torts, family law, and wills. These core topics will then be analyzed from the perspective of the New York courts. Periodic exams throughout the semester and a final exam will test the students' knowledge in these areas through practical application.
When is this course offered? Fall semester only
LL.M. Notes: Open to LL.M. students only. This course does not count towards the 12 credits required for each program but does count towards the overall 24 credits for the LL.M. degree.
|Partial list of professors who teach or have taught this course:|
|Lakin, Leonard||Fall 2009, Fall 2010|