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Law Firm Program: Pre-trial Litigation I (7259)

This course will utilize a realistic hypothetical case study featuring allegations of sexual harassment in employment to introduce students to the pretrial litigation process in federal court from new client intake through preparation of the Final Pretrial Order.

Law Firm Program: Purchase and Sale of Commercial Real Estate(7110)

Students will examine and participate in various aspects of a simulated transaction involving the sale and purchase of commercial real estate. 

Law Firm Program: Small Firm Practice (7160)

 This department of the Law Firm Program will focus on the types of cases and clients encountered by a small firm practitioner.

Law Firm Program: Small Firm Practice (Canada) (7370)

This course is designed to prepare students for the practice of law in a Canadian small firm.

Law Firm Program: Software Licensing (7280)

This course will provide the student the opportunity to understand the dynamics of the software license and how to effectively negotiate a license from both the licensee and licensor perspectives. 

Law Firm Program: Toxic Torts (7170)

The course is designed to provide students with a pragmatic and realistic approach to handling a client's toxic exposure scenario.

Law of the Internet (3230)

A survey course intended to introduce students to the legal issues surrounding the Internet. 

Law Review (4040)

Law Review is a team of highly motivated scholarly law students dedicated to publishing a diversified, high-caliber legal journal; to enhancing the reputation of the University of Detroit Mercy School of law and Law Review.

Law Shariah (Islamic Law) (2190)

This course explores classical and contemporary understandings of Islamic law. Because there are several "schools" of Islamic law and no central religious adjudicative body, we will first examine what, exactly, Islamic law is.

Litigation Technology (6350)

This course will teach law students interested in becoming trial lawyers how to integrate technology into their trial presentations. 

Local Government Law (3460)

A study of the basic principles of law applicable to counties, cities, special districts and other forms of local government.