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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.
The purpose of the course is to expose the students to the wide variety of issues that arise when an entrepreneur forms a business entity to develop, manufacture and sell a new product.
This course examines the many business, structural, corporate, and governance issues involved in mergers, acquisitions, dispositions and other business transactions.
This course will provide students the opportunity to engage in a simulated child welfare proceeding in the juvenile division of a family court.
The course will involve a focus on the following subjects from the perspective a law firm that concentrates in Business Law, and issues confronted will include:...
This three credit hour course explores providing legal advice on environmental issues to clients concerned with regulatory enforcement or threatened litigation arising from air, water, hazardous waste, or the use and release of toxic substances.
This course will give the students the opportunity to take a divorce from complaint to judgment and then work on post-judgment issues.
This course will provide students the opportunity to engage in a simulated corporate health care transaction between a nonprofit hospital and a physician.
This course will provide students the background to evaluate the immigration-related impact of a simulated corporate transaction.
This course will provide students the opportunity to engage in identifying and addressing various Intellectual Property (IP) issues that will arise in a simulated corporate transaction.
This course will provide the student the opportunity to engage in a simulated international commercial arbitration proceeding from its inception to the issuing of an Award.
This course will focus on the representation of juveniles charged with delinquent offenses.
This course will provide students the opportunity to engage in simulated litigation practice relating to the post-acquisition operation of a soap manufacturing company.
Pretrial Criminal Advocacy will focus on developing students’ understanding of criminal advocacy from the initiation of charges through motions in limine dealing with evidentiary issues.